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Birds in Flight

Here are a number of pictures I have taken of birds in flight.  I have taken these photographs on various days in the last couple of months.  The pictures show European Starlings, a Great Blue Heron, Canada Geese, a Turkey Vulture, a Bald Eagle, a Mallard Duck, an Eastern Bluebird, and an Eastern Bluejay.  It is so interesting to watch birds fly.  Taking pictures of birds flying is a sometimes frustrating thing.   The larger the bird and closer the bird is to me, the better the picture is.   Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture.  Enjoy!

Comments on: "Birds in Flight" (8)

  1. TexWisGirl said:

    so jealous you get the bald eagles! i do love a good vulture soaring shot, though! 🙂

  2. Pretty cool study of their patterns of flight!

  3. Such a variety of beauty you have to enjoy!

    • Hi Ginny, Yes, Cumberland County, Tennessee is rich in wildlife. We have the elevation, forests, fields and lots of ponds small rivers and lakes. We are lucky. Have a wonderful evening and a great weekend!

  4. I love the great blue heron and the bluejay with the nut in his bill. You do have such a wide variety of birds!

  5. Fantastic flight shots and awesome birds!

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