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Lammergeier - Bearded-Vulture - Quebrantahuesos
rafiki

Lammergeier - Bearded-Vulture - Quebrantahuesos (Gypaetus barbatus)

Habitat
Mountains
Location
Plan, Huesca, Aragn, Spain
Date taken
01/10/2018
Scientific name
Gypaetus barbatus
Equipment used
Canon EOS 5D MkIV + EF 100-400 L II
Cool !
I've never seen them in any other wing position than straight out like planks - doing their best Cessna small plane impersonation ! :-O




Chosun :gh:
 
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What a cracker of a flight picture this is Brian.

An excellent job you've done here lad - many thanks for showing it to us.
 

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