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#11986308 - 04/20/17 Big Birds in Flight  
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#11988222 - 04/21/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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#11988318 - 04/21/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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Originally Posted by pixarezzo
Turkey Vulture

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That is such a great shot!


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#11989029 - 04/22/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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We had one flying over the house yesterday. We see way too many ravens and crows here, and do not see many turkey vultures. They sure do have a head not even a mother could love.

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#11989070 - 04/22/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: RedRabbit]  
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Yes. Them and the condors. For sure were at the end of the line when God was passing out looks.


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#11991930 - 04/23/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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That Turkey Vulture and Bald Eagle are both incredible pics but that Barn Owl is one of the best bird pics I've ever seen!!

#11992656 - 04/23/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: Nebraska]  
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Barn owl was just a piece of luck. Late December and temps were going to 15-20 below with snow on the ground. Those conditions put them out hunting at mid-day when it warmed a bit. Normally they are tucked well back into the willows. One can spot them, but always with twigs etc in the way.


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#12044597 - 05/20/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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great pics

#12064427 - 05/31/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: Nebraska]  
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Originally Posted by Nebraska
That Turkey Vulture and Bald Eagle are both incredible pics but that Barn Owl is one of the best bird pics I've ever seen!!


+1,great work

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#12066064 - 06/01/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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Nice pics. What lens were you using? 1minute also.

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#12066317 - 06/01/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: Duckhunter]  
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Duckhunter;

Cookie uses two lenses almost exclusively. Most often for birds in flight it's a Canon 100-400 mm F5.6. A lot of framing flexibility with that zoom range. The other is a prime Canon 500 mm F4. That one, however, is a bit much to handle on rapidly moving targets.


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#12078934 - 06/08/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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Those are terrific pictures. I agree on the barn owl but I'm sort of an fan of owls anyway . While the bald eagle is great, I might have picked an owl for our national bird

#12085407 - 06/11/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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#12086022 - 06/12/17 Re: Big Birds in Flight [Re: pixarezzo]  
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Great composition on the photos, I'm a big fan of the raptors...but all of them are fantastic.


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