Red-tail Hawk

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  1. crimbfighter

    crimbfighter TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    There are several pairs of Red-tail hawks in my area, and they are very active along one of the higher traffic corridors, which is fortunately the way I take to work. They are typically most active around 1pm-4pm. I brought my camera for the drive to work today in hopes of encountering them.

    D500, 200-500 f/5.6 @ 500mm, f/5.6, 1/4000 sec, ISO250

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    fishing4sanity No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    You make wildlife photography sound and look easy. Great photos!
     
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    Great pictures crimbfighter.

    I agree 100% with fishing4sanity.
     
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    Great photos!
     
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    Very cool... Lucky! We have some have a couple who nest on our property and try as I might, I haven't yet caught a decent picture of them. I am envious.
     

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