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|Įguia-real, Golden eagle, (Aquila chrysaetos)|
Hello TN Friends
Today another picture of this majestic bird.
The work that has to be developed so that the shelter may be used to photograph these species can take up to 1 year.
Pigeons and rabits can be used as bait... regularly...
This particular species as a peculiar behaviour: can be for hours looking for the food and suddenly attacks,can stay or can go for a ride and come to eat several hours later.
We stay 12 hours in the hide they made his first appearance at 15 but only at 18 they came to eat.
About the species please see:
Have a good weekend and thanks for viewing...
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- [2015-08-28 12:11]
Another fantastic photo of a bird of prey, the Golden Eagle in beautiful light, good sharpness and taken from a very good POV.
Have a nice weekend,
Beautiful presentation of natural brutality between Predators and Prey. Very nice photograph....
Flying feathers have added a natural look here....
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice WE,
Wow! What a capture, Jose!
The Golden Eagle is feasting on the prey in its majestic manner.
an impressive shot of this majestic bird feeding,well worth your very long wait.
A fine shot.
Best regards Les.
another perfect portrait, TFS Ori