Western Kentucky by John Brunjes Posted on May 13, 2012 A male dickcissel sings from his perch at Doug Travis WMA in western Kentucky. Nikon D4 with AFS Nikkor 600mm f/4 VRII. Much of my work takes me to western portions of Kentucky in the spring and summer. This is a collection of photographs from a recent spin out west. A sandhill crane at the West Kentucky WMA. Sandhill cranes are uncommon in western portions of the state and really unusual in May. Nikon D4 with AFS Nikkor 600mm f/4 VRII. Bomber, a competitor in the Lincoln Trail AKC field trial at West Kentucky WMA retrieves the flier in the first series of the open stake. Nikon D4 with AFS Nikkor 300mm f/4. A sandhill crane at West KY WMA flies. Nikon D4 with AFS Nikkor 600mm f/4 VRII. A male dickcissel in a wheat files near Doug Travis WMA. Nikon D4 with AFS Nikkor 600mm f/4 VRII. This entry was posted in Bird Photographs, Retrievers, Travel Photography and tagged 2012, Dickcissel, Field Trial, Kentucky, Retriever, Sandhill Crane. Bookmark the permalink.