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Friday, 17 August 2018

Harris Hawk - Parabuteo unicinctus

Photographed at International Centre Birds of Prey, Newent, Gloucestershire, GB.






28 comments:

  1. I love the way you've captured the colours in its wings, Bob. Great stuff! My best wishes - - - Richard

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  2. Hola Bob,bellas fotos de esta rapaz el Harris.Un saludo.

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  3. Hello Bob,
    Beautiful set of images ! I love red plumage of remiges.
    You have a good week-end and happy birding

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  4. Such a majestic bird. And, as other have said, beautiful coloured plumage.

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  5. Those hooded eyes and that plummage--gorgeous!

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  6. A beautiful bird that would happily eat your eyes for breakfast

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  7. I saw a falconer in Trafalgar Square with a Harris’s Hawk on his wrist to deter the pigeons. Looked a tad out of place I must say.

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  8. Hello, The Harris Hawk is gorgeous. Great series of photos. Happy weekend!

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  9. PS, Bob! Thanks for linking up your post. Have a great day!

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  10. With a beak like that you could eat just about anything. - Margy

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  11. Such a great looking hawk, I love its colouring.

    All the best Jan

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  12. Preciosas fotos y un gran mensaje, me sumo a él. Un abrazo desde España.

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  13. Superb bird, superb colours and ... Superb shots Bob.

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  14. Wow ...... what a beautiful photo of this impressive bird of prey.
    Beautiful colors too.
    Greetings, Helma

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  15. Wow. What a gorgeous creature. And your shots do her justice.

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  16. Hi Bob,
    What and impressive hawk with such wonderful coloration.
    Wonderful set of images of the gorgeous bird.
    All the best, John

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  17. Beautiful pictures, Bob!
    A breathtaking bird of prey! and what a fantastic colors!
    Cheers!
    Maria

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  18. Hello Bob,
    Amazing shots of this fantastic bird. Well done!!

    Greetings, Marco

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