Raptors x 3

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  1. SleepingWolf

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    Who's a pretty bird!
     
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    dang, I need a better zoom lens:(
     
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    Fantastic shots. #3 is my favorite!
     
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    Yup ... number 3 is absolutely stunning :thumbup:
     
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    What did you take these with? The quality is outstanding! Amazing shots, like always.

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    I thought those would be much further out than 220-250mm could reach..

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    Wow. Outstanding shots! I like #3 the best.
     
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    Excellent shots!!! Captive birds or in the wild?
     
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    Hello to all

    They are very nice birds the photos are really amazing

    A raptor, also known as a
    bird of prey, is a type of bird often characterized by a strong, curved (or hooked) beak, strong, sharp talons, and keen eyesight.
    The word “Raptor” is derived from the Latin word raptor meaning plunderer (from the verb to snatch or seize.) There are almost 500 species of raptors worldwide all sharing some common traits, or adaptations that help them to survive. Raptors are often known as hunters of the sky.

    Male and female raptors are sexually dimorphic, females are larger and males and also have similar coloration. And they look alike.

    Thanks for sharing
     

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