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Hello All,

I'm a new member. I very much look forward to interacting and sharing my photographs with you. Birds remain my favorite subjects to photograph and whenever possible, I prefer portrait style captures. I use my collection of superzoom cameras to do so. All images were taken in the wild, hand-held and have not been cropped. I hope you'll enjoy these beautiful birds, which I call "living works of art!"

Tony

1. Double-crested Cormorant

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2. Black-crowned Night Heron (Adult Form)

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3. Great Blue Heron (yawning!)

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4. Red-tailed Hawk

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5. Green Heron

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( This post was last modified: 11-17-2016, 11:24 PM by Pckts )

Your images are great.
I'm an absolute novice so don't judge me too hard, plus I was there for big cats more than birds so I didn't get as many images of them as I would of hoped.

All Images from Tanzania, taken by me.

African Hornbill

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Secretary Bird

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The worlds largest extant bird, The Ostrich

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The worlds largest Flying Bird, The Kori Bustard

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All taken from a Nikon 3200

Crows taken at the Grand Canyon by me

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(11-17-2016, 11:23 PM)Hi,  I think these are wonderful. What an amazing visit and opportunity it must have been for you. Well done!Tony  Pckts Wrote: Your images are great.
I'm an absolute novice so don't judge me too hard, plus I was there for big cats more than birds so I didn't get as many images of them as I would of hoped.

All Images from Tanzania, taken by me.

African Hornbill

*This image is copyright of its original author

Secretary Bird

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The worlds largest extant bird, The Ostrich

*This image is copyright of its original author

The worlds largest Flying Bird, The Kori Bustard

*This image is copyright of its original author

All taken from a Nikon 3200

Crows taken at the Grand Canyon by me

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( This post was last modified: 11-18-2016, 08:19 AM by tonybritton )

I hope you'll enjoy this set.

Tony

1. Double-crested Cormorant

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2. Snowy Egret

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3. Ring-billed Gull

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4. Red-shouldered Hawk

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5. Wood Duck

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Here's a mix of wide-angle and portraits.

1. Snowy Egret

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2. Great Blue Heron

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3. Green Heron

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4. Snowy Egret

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5. Allen's Hummingbird

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Photo by @jc_wings

A portrait of a "Horned Puffin" as it looks skyward. Image taken on St.Paul Island, Alaska.
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"Ceylon frogmouth", Kerala, India
A highly camouflaged bird which gets mixed with dry leafs making it most difficult to spot. These are found mostly in dense forests of western Ghat region in India.
Photographer :@pratikhumnabadkar
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Great Hornbills aka Great Indian Hornbills or Great Pied Hornbills. On the trek to Buxa fort, Buxa Tiger Reserve.

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(02-02-2019, 10:38 AM)Sanju Wrote:


"Ceylon frogmouth", Kerala, India
A highly camouflaged bird which gets mixed with dry leafs making it most difficult to spot. These are found mostly in dense forests of western Ghat region in India.
Photographer :@pratikhumnabadkar

These birds look amazingly funny, almost unreal.
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Kakapo, the most massive parrot in the world, nocturnal and smelling as honey:


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Pheasant-tailed jacana

Location : Kolleru my State Andhra Pradesh.
Pic credits : @d_maheshbabu
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(02-16-2019, 09:21 AM)Wolverine Wrote:
(02-02-2019, 10:38 AM)Sanju Wrote:


"Ceylon frogmouth", Kerala, India
A highly camouflaged bird which gets mixed with dry leafs making it most difficult to spot. These are found mostly in dense forests of western Ghat region in India.
Photographer :@pratikhumnabadkar

These birds look amazingly funny, almost unreal.
more of these funny guys


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Green Jungle fowl (Gallus varius)

Rainbow cock!


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