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|Grifo, Eurasian griffon, (Gyps fulvus)|
Today a last landing picture of this species. In general they leave the sleeping places and progressively pick up the upward currents in search of food.When they know feeding points stay close by and always with some guards around. When I went to the hide before sunrise already saw a vigilant perched on a cork oak. When the sun rises hundreds of vultures flew over the shelter and went away and I thinking about what happened the food was in front of me.... few minutes later they start to come.Incredible scene.
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Have a good week and thanks for viewing.
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Another impressive image with a Grifo....Excellent details and colors. Perfect frozen image...
Ciao jose, impressive capture, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- [2017-09-26 2:37]
HI Jose,fantastic front view while it is landing! What a shot,the symmetry is impressive and the sharpness too,you have fun to take pics of these birds,and the result is always amazing! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano