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This blog is purely about the photography. The questions that flash through your head when you setup a shot. Specifically, in this case, balancing focal length,…

Kestrels making kestrels and I had the wrong lens. Honestly, let’s face reality even if I will get a better lens next week, I will never become as good as Shane…

American Kestrel in its natural habitat... a telephone pole. 😂 Funny thing, on the Merlin Bird ID app, it mentions in the 1st paragraph “often found on…

Recently, I went with the Victoria Camera Club to visit Pacific Northwest Raptors in Duncan, B.C., about an hours drive north of Victoria. This place is…

These Birds are a familiar sight in our part of Yorkshire UK, with their pointed wings and long tail, hovering beside a roadside verge.

A familiar sight with its pointed wings and long tail, hovering beside a roadside verge. Numbers of kestrels declined in the 1970s, probably as a result of…

The main photographic feature of today was a hawk walk through the grounds of our hotel this afternoon. We met up on the lawn in glorious sunshine and were…

I managed to fit in another flying visit to the International Centre for Birds of Prey [icbp.org] today, arriving just in time for the final bird of the morning…

My hopes of practising my landscape photography skills were dashed by the weather today ?? murky, drizzly and grey. Not to be deterred, I went out early this…

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A beautiful November afternoon and unbelievably good weather, brought the birds and myself out to the lake.

These are all better if they are enlarged….. TA DA!! This the last post in the Hawk Quest Series.. Hope you enjoyed it.. Thanks everyone for the nice comments…
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