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The Chukar Partridge (38)
CeltickRanger Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3388 W: 70 N: 9898] (37233)
hello friends, this Chukar Partridge it become
my 57th species of birds that i shoot in photo,
last saturday -sunday i was at pointing dogs
competition (field trial) and evaluation of the dog

the saturday i was as official photographer,
i tried 4 times shooting the Chukar Partridge
in photo in the air and had 2 good and
the 2 others off-focus photos

i am also inviting you to go and view
on the WORKSHOP this time a photo
of a pointing dog at that competition,
the dog it is flying like a bird over the grass !

i have photos of Celtick, Ranger and 2 other
pointing dogs that in their run their feet
is not touching the ground but the one that
i am posting in the WORKSHOP it is my best one

i also have photos of Celtick and Ranger
flying like a bird over a lake water

the photo in the WS it is not Ranger,
it is another dog same breed as Celtick
and Ranger, Korthals Wirehaired Pointing Griffon

don't forget to click to the WORKSHOP

from the All About Birds website

A native of southern Eurasia, the Chukar
was introduced into the United States from
Pakistan to be a game bird. It lives in arid,
rocky terrain across the western United States
and southern Canada.

The Chukar varies slightly in color across
its native range in Eurasia. In more humid
areas they are darker and more tinged with
olive-brown on the upperparts and are more
warmly colored on the underparts,
whereas birds in more arid areas tend to
be grayer and paler, less brown on the
upperparts and paler on the underparts.

Merci

Asbed

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CeltickRanger Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3388 W: 70 N: 9898] (37233)
the flying pointing dog
Edited by:CeltickRanger Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3388 W: 70 N: 9898] (37233)

here is the photo of that pointing dog,
here the dog is on his galop, he is running
to search the game bird, when he smell it
with his nose than he stop his galop (run)
and than he point at the direction of the bird