A photograph elsewhere on the site reminded me that I use a GH-2 a lot as a 'birding' camera with the 100-300. It allows me to get into bird photography without expending a lot of money. I am quite pleased with the results and I still keep the body and lens, despite having sold all my other m43rds lenses so I can continue with the hobby. Here are some of the best results. All but the last were taken in and around my back garden which is about 1 mile from Kings Cross in London (which only goes to show how much wildlife there is, even in central London). The last one was taken in a cemetery in Whitechapel in the East End. I was quite proud of this shot - the sparrow is now a protected bird in the UK because it has diminished so much. I wanted to get a shot of a 'house' sparrow and stalked this one for about 3 hours before getting what I wanted. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw this woodpecker swoop into my garden and attack the 'coconut-treat' I put up. Fortunately my camera and lens were at hand... A very lucky shot. You can tell this is almost a full 100% crop. A testament to the fast AF and fps of the GH-2. The bird is actually taking off and not landing. They seem to jump in the air and then flap their wings. Wren's are such difficult birds to photograph. They are absolutely tiny and whizz about. I noticed this one was building a nest in a neighbours tree. Took me about a week of on and off stalking. They have such a loud 'voice' that as soon as I heard it I would run out my front door to try and capture it. This was the result. Long-tailed tits are not that common where I live so this pair were interesting. I was lucky to get a frame where the lower bird was looking directly into the lens. This is actually going to be in a new book I am creating from a cemetery project I have been working on for about 3 years. A juvenile blackbird.