Thursday, 14 October 2010

CORNISH BIRDS OF PREY 4 RAPTORS.

This is part 4 of my visit to the Cornish Birds Of Prey Centre, and features images of a few of the Raptors that are on display.

I must apologise I did not make a note of the species of Eagle featured, so if any one can ID it I would be grateful.

A couple of the images have been featured before but I feel they need to be included again in this set.



EAGLE.



EAGLE.



GYR FALCON.



GYR x FALCON.




GYR x FALCON.




GYR x FALCON.



HARRIS HAWK.




PEREGRINE x SAKER FALCON.




PEREGRINE x LANNER FALCON.




RED TAILED BUZZARD.





RED TAILED BUZZARD.



10 comments:

  1. Truly great images of the birds of prey.

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  2. Hi Monty, What magnificent creatures they are and beautifully photographed. They have such an intelligent look in their eyes particularly the Eagle and the Red-tailed Buzzard I thought.

    My favourite photo is the one with its wings completely stretched out, really lovely!

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  3. hello friend Monts all large specimens, but my favorite is the eagle

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  4. Ciao Monts, eagle eyes is so intense that goes beyond the image, beautiful representation of magnificent creatures!
    Excellent week end!

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  5. Fantastic images. The Harris Hawk looks like he's wearing pantaloons.
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    ☼ Sunny

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  6. Well done Monts,outstanding images, love the sharp detail with each image.
    Superb collection.
    John.

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  7. What a lovely pictures, Monts. Congratulations!

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  8. What a surperb collection of photos Well Done.

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  9. Nice pictures. Those birds are awesome. We'd love to visit Cornwall and see them.

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