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This is not a Big Year - Pedro´s 2021


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#2, Bare-faced curassow

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#3, Chaco chachalaca

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#4, Common piping guan

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#5, Chestnut-bellied guan

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By the way, I´m still in the process of ID, some species are difficult to tell apart from each other and of course some of the pictures don´t help, anyway, all ID corrections are most welcome :).

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58 minutes ago, pedro maia said:

In the first day I had a problem, around 4:00 pm the sd card wasn´t working anymore and I couldn´t see any of the pictures taken so far, right now I´m still waiting for news from the shop here but all those pictures are probably lost, I remember at least a couple of species I didn´t get to see again but there may be a few more, anyway, I still have to consider myself lucky that it happened in the first day, from then on I copied the pictures I took to the laptop at least twice a day.

 

Sympathies Pedro :(  It is my worst nightmare to lose photographs, whether through camera malfunction or my own stupidity (no guesses which occurs more often :unsure:)

 

Just our of curiosity, do you use full size SD cards or Micro SD with an adaptor? 

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20 minutes ago, Soukous said:

 

Sympathies Pedro :(  It is my worst nightmare to lose photographs, whether through camera malfunction or my own stupidity (no guesses which occurs more often :unsure:)

 

Just our of curiosity, do you use full size SD cards or Micro SD with an adaptor? 

 

I use full size cards.

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Pedro. I had a similar fail in June which risked the loss of a days worth of the Pine Martens studies. (I promptly swapped out the card of course).

When I got home I got my techy friend to look at the failed card and he used a download called "Diskdigger". Downloadable from 'Defiant Technologies LLC .' About £15.

It as brilliant. It showed most files that had ever been on that card, even the ones that had been deliberately deleted in the normal way. They all came up on screen as a list of dates and to save time, and effort, we just selected the day of failure and a few either side, and rescued them back to my hard drive.

So don't despair. Nothing is lost if it has not been overwritten.

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chaco chacalaca - Love the name but not so much the bird...

 

Hope you are able to retrieve those images. 

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18 hours ago, pedro maia said:

 

I use full size cards.

 

Sensible

 

Some people use Micro SD cards with an adaptor which is not a good idea.

The Micro SD cards are fine, but the adaptors are not designed for heavy use and the contacts are not reliable. If you use them in a device (camera or otherwise) that is constantly accessing the card there will be intermittent failures.

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11 hours ago, Galana said:

Pedro. I had a similar fail in June which risked the loss of a days worth of the Pine Martens studies. (I promptly swapped out the card of course).

When I got home I got my techy friend to look at the failed card and he used a download called "Diskdigger". Downloadable from 'Defiant Technologies LLC .' About £15.

It as brilliant. It showed most files that had ever been on that card, even the ones that had been deliberately deleted in the normal way. They all came up on screen as a list of dates and to save time, and effort, we just selected the day of failure and a few either side, and rescued them back to my hard drive.

So don't despair. Nothing is lost if it has not been overwritten.

 

I went to the nearest photo shop and now I´m waiting for information, if it doesn´t work I´ll ask you for your friend´s contact :lol:.

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10 hours ago, Kitsafari said:

chaco chacalaca - Love the name but not so much the bird...

 

Hope you are able to retrieve those images. 

 

It´s not the prettiest bird indeed...

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I do hope you can still salvage the first batch of photos. These shots are a good start and I’m looking forward to more!

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#6,  Southern screamer

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Living up to it´s name...

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#7, Muscovy duck

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The only duck species seen during the whole trip, it must have to do with the drought in the Pantanal. 

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#8, Capped heron

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#9, Rufescent tiger heron

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#10, Cocoi heron

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Some.vreat birds here!

Hope you can rescue the lost shots.

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#11,  Black-crowned night heron

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#12, Cattle egret

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#13,  Striated heron

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#14, Snowy egret

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#15, Little blue heron

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