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Kestrels are in the family Falconidae, characteristically having the presence of malar stripes; nostril tubules; pointed, aerodynamic wings; and the "falcon's tooth," a little protrusion on the upper beak.

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The Hen Harrier is a bird of prey. It breeds throughout the northern parts of the northern hemisphere in Canada and the northernmost USA, and in northern Eurasia. Marsh Hawk is a historical name for the American form.

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medium-large bird of prey in the family Accipitridae, which also includes other diurnal raptors, such as eagles, buzzards and harriers.

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by amazing :iconshadow-and-flame-86:

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Camera : Canon EOS 400D.
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Lens : Sigma 70-300mm F4-5,6 DG APO Macro.




You may not use this image in any way without my written permission.

Please, observe that !
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Camera : Canon EOS 400D.
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Lens : Sigma APO DG Macro 70-300mm.




You may not use this image in any way without my written permission.

Please, observe that !
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Location : Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes, Paris, France
Camera : Canon EOS 40D
Lens : Sigma 70-300mm F4-5,6 DG APO Macro
Post-Processing : Photoshop CS3




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Love watching these guys fly around
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The weather closed in but the sun eventually shawn through to give this effect. It was a beautiful moment ;-)
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cute little fella
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Lanner Falcon
© Wolfgang Holtmeier, Greifvogelstation Hellenthal
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Saker Falcon
© Wolfgang Holtmeier, Greifvogelstation Hellenthal
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juvenile Peregrine Falcon
©Wolfgang Holtmeier, Greifvogelstation Hellenthal
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Full size here: [link]
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Full piece: [link]

Due to popular demand, actual size of this is 5 cm (length).
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Full piece and technical details here: [link]
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Scratchboard and indian ink wash.

Time taken :- about 8-9 hours
Reference from national geographic

I have not completed the wings yet, but that is for another time.

These are my other scratchboard works



These are my pencil drawings

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Size:- 8 x10

Reference picture is a beautiful photograph by Tygrik.

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These are my other scratchboard works



These are my pencil drawings

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I got my first set of ampersand scratchboards and could't wait to use it even though I was totally exhausted after a horrible day at work.

Completed it in an hour. This is a smaller sized one - 5x7 inches.

Forgot where I got the reference picture from, but it is definitely not mine.


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These are my other scratchboard works



These are my pencil drawings

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Here's my entry for the Minnesota Duck Stamp; a pair of Ruddy Ducks. They aren't very good at releasing information so you know who won and all that, but I did figure it out eventually and know I didn't get first, second, third, or fourth. Otherwise, I don't know where I landed (I wish they had some sort of list). Beware of the horrible quality of this thing! It was (again) a very stubborn painting to photograph correctly. Once I get it back, hopefully I'll be able to get a much better image (even with Photoshop help, it still isn't even good). I do actually like how this one came out, however, and for once, didn't agree with the judges opinion on the first place painting. :/

Oil on masonite. 9" X 6 1/2". Refs many thanks to Leslie from WetCanvas. :)

EDIT: I actually just received this piece back today and found out that I had made it to the second round (a first for me).

SOLD
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Another drawing I've been working on this past few weeks in between paintings and other work. For me, anyway, it's difficult to separate buffalos and dust--they always look so nice together! So I figured I'd take that idea to the extreme and really make a dusty environment. This is depicting the buffalo after he has just shaken off the last of the dust from a good roll.

Graphite on 14" X 11" smooth bristol. A combination of my own refs and some from the RIL on WetCanvas.

SOLD

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Ah yes, this piece is finally finished just in time for my show this Friday! :excited: Now all I have left to do is frame things up. ;) I've always loved atypical racks on deer so I thought it appropriate to make one to include in my show. Again, the piece should speak for itself, so I don't have much to say here.

Mechanical pencil on 11" X 14" smooth bristol board. References thanks to WetCanvas RIL and myself.

For Sale: Note me if interested.
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Charcoal Drawing
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9 x 12 Conte' Crayon on Bark Paper

This is the second time that I have drawn this Red Tailed Hawk, and I am still not totally satisfied with him. The first time I drew him was from the side, and although the drawing was anatomically correct, I didn't feel that I captured the life in the bird. I am a bit happier with this one, but not so much with the straight on angle. I may do him one more time, but turn his head to one side.

I came upon this Red Tailed Hawk when I lived on Cape Cod. He was under some trees eating a snake he had caught. I pulled over to take some photos, expecting him to fly at any moment. But instead he was very curious about me, and as I started making little clicking noises with my tongue - he hopped closer and closer. Staring at me. hahaha I thought for a moment that he was going to come right into the car. Instead he stopped just feet from me and stared intently at me for a good 5 minutes before he decided to fly off.
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8 x 10 commissioned charcoal on ivory bark paper
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