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I took lots of shots of this and the stilt as the water was so calm !
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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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One of our more handsome Grebes
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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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Albanella minore
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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 0°C )

Enjoy
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Hi

Another old picture I found on my HDD. I miss my 400D so much... :( It was one of the few camera I had that made very smooth pictures.

So here is a stilt made on a floating hide on Oléron island
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So sweet
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Meet one of our neighborhood mosquito eater 
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 
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Here is this sweet little Mallard female
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Red Kite

Falkenhof im Wisentgehege Springe

© Wolfgang Holtmeier
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Sakerfalcon
© Wolfgang Holtmeier / Greifvogelstation Hellenthal
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Juvenile Snowy Owls
Junge Schneulen (Schneeeulen)
©Wolfgang Holtmeier, Greifvogelstation Hellenthal
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Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM | Canon EF 1.4 II Extender


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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM | Canon EF 2X II Extender


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Sorry, bad quality but so sweet!

★ Location: ZOO Sauvage de Saint-Félicien [link]

Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM | Canon EF 1.4 II Extender

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I always love getting a nice Osprey flyby. They are one bird that I always seem to just miss and get just out of focus. This one flew by pretty slowly as he searched for breakfast.

Osprey
Cape May, New Jersey
Canon 7D / EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

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Momma Eagle brings in some fresh fish for her Eaglets.

Bald Eagle
Mud Lock, Seneca Falls, New York
Canon 7D / EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

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I had the chance to witness mass mobbing of a Red-tailed Hawk up close at Sapsucker woods this weekend. I heard the sounds of crows alerts and went over to where they were calling. Crows, Grackles and Red-winged Blackbirds were all mobbing this Hawk. Mobbing is a behavior occurs when a predator gets cooperatively harassed by the species it may prey on - especially when that species has young nearby. At one point, the Hawk was in the tip of a small branch (pictured) and kept losing balance when the others would dive at him.

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Red-tailed Hawk and Red-winged Blackbird
Sapsucker Woods, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Ithaca, New York
Canon 7D / EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

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model - Elza

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model - Sandra
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model - Nele
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