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|The right name - it was sitting just beside the road when I was driving by. I stopped and it had the amiability to wait until I had made two pics!|
The roadside hawk (Rupornis magnirostris) is a relatively small bird of prey found in the Americas. This vocal species is often the most common raptor in its range.
The roadside hawk's diet consists mainly of insects, squamates, and small mammals, such as young common marmosets and similar small monkeys which are hunted quite often
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- [2015-07-27 1:08]
Very nice photo of this Roadside Hawk. Good sharpness and fine natural colours. Maybe you can cut a piece of the bottom of the photo, so that the iron disappears.
- [2015-07-27 3:10]
Wonderful shot of the Roadside Hawk.Nicely composed with a great POV and a good pose.
Very nice details.Lovely natural colours and nicely exposed too.
Ciao Pierre, great capture of fantastic hawk in superb pose, excellent clarity,fine details, wonderful color and splendid light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
great shot of this bird
good details and lovely naturel colours
thanks gr lou
- [2015-07-28 10:36]
Salut Pierre,une pose parfaicte comme une etoile du cinema,magnifique capture bien exposee' et cadree',details excellents aussi malgre' la distance.Belle soiree' et merci,Luciano