Raptor friends..

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  1. EricD

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    A few Raptor's from todays outing....

    1) Male Caracara (banded with radio transmitter,,you can small antenna hanging from the back.
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    2) Male Caracara...
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    3) Juvenile Caracara....
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    4) Female Caracara..Coming out of a controlled burn area!
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    5) Osprey....
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    6) American Kestrel (what a little Raptor!)
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    love the 4th shot, really nice detail in the wings. the osprey is my favorite though. also hope to get some when the weather is warm again! nicely done
     
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    Very nice work!
     
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    Very nice.

    Dani.
     
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    Nice. The beak in the first pic resembles a Toucans'.
     
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    My faves are 3 (amazing to see a caracara so close!), 4 (beautiful positioning of the bird in the shot), 5 (nicer lighting on the bird in this shot) and 6 (it looks so timid, and the colours are lovely). Good job!
     

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