Snail Kite

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  1. EricD

    EricD TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Snail Kites are now nesting in The Kissimmee Area on Lake Toho. These pic's where taken from a boat....
    These birds eat exclusively Apple Snails.




    Female Snail Kite at sunrise as we combed the Shore line
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    Male
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    Male
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  2. cgipson1

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    Some nice shots, Eric! Interesting raptor.. quite a beak on that bird!
     
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    mommy-medic No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Dang!!! Good shots!
     
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    Nice set. I really like the Male pics better as the backgrounds just add that little something. Guess I'm getting too use to all the photos of clear blue skies.
     
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    I'm impressed!
     
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    Nice shots :) love the colour of the light on the first one
     
  7. loic

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    perhaps your aperture is too few.
    it would be better with more relief and blur in the background?
     

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