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the speed at which theses guys can move and just about catch a bee every time always amazes me
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I took lots of shots of this and the stilt as the water was so calm !
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One of our more handsome Grebes
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As you liked the previous scoop owl, here is another one... but with a different result

The goal was to add some action to the shot so the flashes were not with the same power rate. It was the only way to have the head sharp with the wings all blurred.

About the photographing conditions... they are the same as the previous picture ;)

Thanks for watching

Best regard
Nathan
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Poor marsh harrier. She wasn't dancing... she has cold claws. It was hard for her to stand on her prey for a long time because the ground was frozen (the temperature was far below 0C )

Enjoy
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Yes, I was the visitor... I visited Zurich this day and made a nice discovery ;-) A couple of flycatcher nested in the middle of the city, without anybody noticing it...

This picture is part of the "urban wildlife" exhibition

Sorry for sharing so many pictures at once.
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Albanella minore
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This Anhinga was photographed at the Venice Rookery in Florida.
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I can't recall what it was that startled this pair of Lesser Yellowlegs on Dauphin Island, Alabama, but their flight was lovely.
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A Cormorant juggles its prey prior to ingesting it whole.  The picture was taken at the Venice Rookery in Florida.
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Western Marsh-harrier (Circus aeruginosus) Тръстиков блатар
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Birds in Bulgaria! White Egret (Egreta Garzeta) ,Малка Бяла Чапла
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Birds in Bulgaria!Garganey (Anas querquedula) Лятно бърне
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So sweet
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Meet one of our neighborhood mosquito eater :laughing:
I love him for that and they are very cute, this one landed on my fence
last night as I was looking for bugs in my flowers :laughing:
he or she was very photogenic :)
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Sweet Robin always in total relax mode on my fence
while waiting for his or her turn to go feed the babes
Nest in backdoor neighbor's yard
I just like the way it always just plops itself there and is totally relaxed :lmao:
Lots of rain makes their job easier to catch worms this summer
Notice the wonderful grey sky :lmao:
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Cygnet (baby mute swan)
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Short Eared Owl - Asio Flammeus
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Flock of starlings
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I love his rapt attention.
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The blend of background colors seem to fit him perfectly on this windy winter day, so generous in clean light. He and his family cry out all day long with their wonderful vocalizations. I love it when they sing their bubble-noted songs.
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The light hit her throat just right to illuminate her orange-red feathers there. A rare shot. Sub-adult Allen's hummingbird, female. Selasphorus sasin.
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I see doubly
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we have been never be together
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upper or bottom Louvre
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