What is important in bird photography is that the photographer must understand the psychology of wild birds and think about it. It's easier said than done, but it's actually difficult. Those who have some bird photography experience may know that after discovering "Ah, the bird is parked in that tree", your feet will unnaturally run to where the bird is, eager to take this or that. a photograph. As a result, when you get to a spot you think is suitable for taking pictures, and when it comes to focus, wild birds will often run away. As a result, the opportunity to take pictures directly is lost. This failure is entirely of the photographer's own making.
The reasons for the failure may be well known. For example, suppose an angry elephant rushes towards him, including himself, and he has to run away from the elephant to avoid it. Likewise, wild birds do the same when they see someone running towards them. In practice, however, it is surprising that many people fail to notice this important part of photography.
In short, birds, like humans, are extremely sensitive to large moving objects, so in wild bird photography, don't forget that you are the object of your wild bird's vigilance.