Hawks up a pole

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I really don't care for manmade stuff in my wildlife shots but it is the 21st century and sometimes can't be avoided + I would never pass up a shot at raptors of any kind :smile:

Nice evening light
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believe it or not this guy was in my backyard staring at my parrots who were none to happy :eek:
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Beautiful bird. Nice shots.

I know what you mean about the enviromental structure pollution.

The love those darn poles. Gets them up nice and high.
 
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Gale said:
Beautiful bird. Nice shots.

I know what you mean about the enviromental structure pollution.

The love those darn poles. Gets them up nice and high.
Evening Gale
two of them showed up again today, but the crows gave em heck. I hope they keep showing up sure saves on gas
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greyflash said:
No question but what he is looking for dinner. Better count your pigeons. :smile:
Hi Gordon
I have a couple Parrots they were out in the backyard when this was going on. And let me tell you they were quite nervous and I brought them in :eek:
 
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Flew said:
Hey, I'm with you Ben. I'll take a raptor shot anywhere.

Nice pics. :wink:
Yeah know what ya mean Frank
I nearly scared my wife to death while getting on a freeway on ramp saw a big RTH sitting in a tree and came to screeching halt (pretty stupid move). Missed the shot but at least didn't get killed
:redface: :eek: :Depressed
 
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