Raptors in the Wind plus a Wood Duck

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  1. EricD

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    Few shots from the week. Love those Raptors!
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    Another nest close to the house...this is the 6th year these 2 have nested here, To bad it's on a transmission Tower.
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    There's something about bald eagles that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy.
     
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    Good shots. Is that a fish in #3? :thumbup:
     
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    Careful! Bald eagles like to tear apart and eat "warm and fuzzy"!

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    Agreed! And great shots!
     
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    Terrific Kestrel, that's not a very commonly seen bird (at least around here). I've only seen one in the wild one time and didn't get anywhere near this nice a shot. In mine you could tell it was a kestrel and that's about it.
     
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    beautiful!! what lens did you shoot those with?
     
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    I love your work all these pictures are awesome what equip are you using that makes these pictures so crisp and sharp even on my best day my shot test have not been this clear.
     
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    I used a (2) - Nikon D300 camera's, One with a Nikkor 200-400MM F4, ED, IF, VR with a 1.4X t.c. & and other camera with a Nikkor 300MM F2.8, ED, IF, VR lens.
     
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    Nice shots, Eric!

    Where were those taken. I went to Ding Darling last weekend, saw a few birds, but not alot.
     
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    Gorgeous images! I especially love the second bald eagle photo. The framing of the pines is exquisite. And the last image, of the eagles in their nest, is a wonderful contrast of man-made and natural.
     
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    Photos taken near my house in Orlando, FL
     

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