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  1. Black Headed Gull

    Black Headed Gull

  2. Gannets


  3. Canada Geese

    Canada Geese

  4. Flying Black-winged Stilts

    Flying Black-winged Stilts

    This group of BWSs suddenly took off from the drain water pool. Shot late evening in almost cloudy weather conditions. I have uploaded a video of a flock of 23 BSWs doing circuits of the pool when a herd of cattle appeared in the vicinity. Video was shot with Fujifilm HS 50 EXR Camera, again...
  5. Fulmar - Kings of the air

    Fulmar - Kings of the air

    A rare opportunity to see these master flyers at relatively low level at Sumburgh Shetland
  6. Bringing home dinner

    Bringing home dinner

    This was one hungry gull...he decided to take his dinner with him. They were cracking mussels and clams all day long at the reserve
  7. Landing gear down

    Landing gear down

    I love all of the different ways to capture mallards in motion.
  8. Kittiwake


    Shot of a Kittiwake taken at Wicklow Head during the summer
  9. A group of Sociable Lapwings flying together

    A group of Sociable Lapwings flying together

    Last December this visited us in the sunfarm, Sohar, stayed almost 2 1/2 months!,
  10. A group of Sandpipers flying

    A group of Sandpipers flying

  11. A group of Glossy Ibis flying together

    A group of Glossy Ibis flying together

  12. Phantom of the North

    Phantom of the North

    Great Gray Owl approaching movement under the heavy snow.
  13. The Flamingo Flight

    The Flamingo Flight

  14. Osprey Flying

    Osprey Flying

    After taking about 80 shots of this guy sitting on the branch. I stood there and waited and was able to get 3 good shots of him flying off.
  15. Wild and Free

    Wild and Free

    These Whooping Cranes from the Operation Migration Class of 2009 are a mated pair (11-09/male & 15-09*/female) that has overwintered near Tallahassee, Florida USA for the past two years. In 2009, as young chicks they were taught to follow ultralight aircraft from Wisconsin to teach them the...
  16. Flying Greenfinch

    Flying Greenfinch

    A greenfinch flying from an improvised feeder, just some sunflower seeds spread on a rotting log.
  17. Bee-eater in flight, Side, Turkey.

    Bee-eater in flight, Side, Turkey.

    Photo taken whilst on a holiday trip to Turkey, this was around the ruins at Side. Canon 1DX + Canon 400mm F4 DO + 1.4x converter, 1/4000s, 800ISO, f6.3. Lightly sharpened and cropped in Photoshop.
  18. In flight

    In flight

    Finally, I captured a male Mallard Duck (Anas platyrhynchos) flying over the Russian River in Monte Rio, CA on May 13, 2013. Camera:Olympus E-520, Lens: ZD 70-300mm lens, hand-held. Settings: 1/250, f/5, ISO 100, 70mm Date: May 13, 2013 Location: Monte Rio, CA
  19. Great Egret

    Great Egret

    I was watching and photographing this Great Egret in the salt marsh when it must have tired of having many people staring at it and it just took off. I was able to capture this photo of it backed by the sky before it landed in the marsh again.
  20. He's behind you!

    He's behind you!

    Imminent 'domestic' as greenfinch male gets fed up with his wife's gossiping around the food station.
  21. parent and young seagulls

    parent and young seagulls

    monthly photo competition entry Youngster was making a lot of noise!
  22. Young gull

    Young gull

    Some gulls built a nest on the rooftop adjacent to my balcony. I was excited to see this, and bought a new lens, so I could take pictures of the new gulls from far away, without disturbing them. But then a workman came and broke up the nest. I didn't get to see any eggs hatch, but I did...
  23. Australian White Ibis in Flight, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis in Flight, Threskiornis molucca

    Australian White Ibis, Threskiornis molucca, in flight. Oakden Native Fish Sanctuary, South Australia. This colony of Ibis is in the heart of the Adelaide suburbs. The colony has grown to over 400 in a very short time and many of the local residents are fed up with the noise and stench as their...
  24. Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor, Taking off

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor, Taking off

    Lesser Flamingos, Phoeniconaias minor. Some of the population of 2 to 3 million flamingos which feed in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, East Africa. The smudge of pink on the horizon are many more flamingos on the opposite shore of the lake. Lake Nakuru lies in the Great Rift Valley.
  25. The perfect landing

    The perfect landing

    White Pelican (Pelecanus onocrotalus), Lake Kerkini, Greece, Europe