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#16, Whistling heron

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#46, Gray-necked wood rail

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Dave Williams

Good luck on retrieving your images Pedro. It's a sicker when you find yourself in this situation.

Out of interest, was this a card you had used before and in the same camera?

 

I personally don't like SD cards, they are too flimsy. The contacts are open to damage when you take them out of the camera and slot them in to a computer. I think maybe better to transfer directly from the camera although that isn't ideal either as it leaves the protective cover on the camera where you plug in the cable ( depending on which one you have) open to damage too.

 

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Great pictures @pedro maia the herons are truly amazing and some hot news : tomorrow I have an online call for a possible future trip to the Pantanal ;)

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1 hour ago, Dave Williams said:

Good luck on retrieving your images Pedro. It's a sicker when you find yourself in this situation.

Out of interest, was this a card you had used before and in the same camera?

 

I personally don't like SD cards, they are too flimsy. The contacts are open to damage when you take them out of the camera and slot them in to a computer. I think maybe better to transfer directly from the camera although that isn't ideal either as it leaves the protective cover on the camera where you plug in the cable ( depending on which one you have) open to damage too.

 

 

The card has always been in the same camera and the pictures are directly transfered from the camera, let´s see what happens.

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32 minutes ago, BRACQUENE said:

Great pictures @pedro maia the herons are truly amazing and some hot news : tomorrow I have an online call for a possible future trip to the Pantanal ;)

 

That would be great, if you go it will be to Pantanal north or south?

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#17, Anhinga

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#18, Neotropic cormorant

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#19, Green ibis

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#20, Bare-faced ibis

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#21, Plumbeous ibis

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#22, Buff-necked ibis

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Peter Connan

A really wonderful selection of waterbirds!

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PeterHG

Beautiful! Keep them coming.

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shazdwn

Some fantastic birds there - I just love that a bird called the chacalaca exists!!!

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Excellent birds so far, looking forward to see more!

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michael-ibk

Really beautiful selection of herons and friends! 🙂

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Kitsafari

Brilliant images of beautiful birds - love that whistling heron and the anhinga!

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Thanks for the comments, I was waiting for the result of the retrieving of the card, I know that they were retrieving photos from 2020 but I still don´t know about the photos I want, so I´m going to continue. 

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#23, Jabiru

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#24, Wood stork

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#25, Maguari stork

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All photos retrieved :).

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