Kestrel Kestrel Falcon crecerellette female  
Most viewed|ranked
Most commented | Most popular
Published on 13/04/08
Viewed 1672 times

Reverse image
The iron bird crosses the bi
Blur bird bird bbbimage 21

Related photos
Epervier Deurope Accipiter Nisus Jerome Morin 2007
Little Owl That Is The Pete
Pieride Turnip
Tobacco From Spain
The Goldcrest
Related com
In The Eye
Marpec 6573 Fei
Wren Triple Headband 0042
Wheatear 20121003
Dsc 1574


Bird 13

Author 'Hierro2000ma' (Id 58954 ) : I know that this is a, I am not that either an epervier?,? the size of these was about 50 wings has 60 cm! Thank you to the experts!

Oiseau faucon crecerellette oiseau 13
Hidden datas
Group Album Send BBCode HTML Subscribe
<< Previous Photo<< Previous by Same Author Next by Same Author >> Next Photo >>
Fit for your screen resolution Wallpaper Iphone (320x480)
EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon D80
Aperture: f/5.6 | Exposure time: 1/1000 s | ISO: 200 | Focal: 300 mm (eq. 450 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Programme créatif (4) | Correction: 1 EV | Flash: Non (0) | Date: 13/04/2008 09:11:22
Photo dans 1 Favoris : Laurent.spitaels
4 Comment(s) | 4 Avis de visiteur
Add a comment
J'aime *

* = Required field.



> Ptoche [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply May 16, 2010
Certainly not a hawk, it is a male falcon but between the lesser kestrel and lesser kestrel in doubt. But nice catch: 1:.
> Francky1968 >Reply Dec 13, 2008
Majestic, formidable desire to fly to be free, not to be dependent on packaging and all live simply 'life': 3:: 2:
> José >Reply Nov 18, 2008
This is not a hawk, but rather a falcon, the wings are long and pointed abec a small lift. The hawks are hunters in the woods with short wings, round and a long tail which acts as a rudder. What falcon?
> Pélerin >Reply Aug 10, 2008
Beautiful photo !!! It dealt with a quasi-certainty of a peregrine falcon (wings features in the form of fake, the tail very short and can be seen at the level of the head mask in the shape of a helmet which betrays the peregrine falcon (male or female...) Impossible to say.
> Ploute >Reply May 13, 2008
This bird is a falcon I think, in view of the shape of its wings.
Identification > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 14, 2008
1: In this flight with tail feathers fanned out and ending with a black mark, I also think it is the 'Lesser Kestrel' (Falco naumanni). This raptor is still high in the sky blue unevenly. Interesting picture: Congratulations and thank you. 3:
> Heuze.michel [G] [P] [C] >Reply Apr 14, 2008
A beautiful image of rapacious clear-that allows me to recognize the lesser kestrel male, the tail of the latter being somewhat pointed like the one on the picture...
> JC [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 14, 2008
This is not a buzzard or a kestrel almost hit on a hawk great hunter of sparrows, chaffinches, greenfinches etc, You seem to be almost under it to the picture of a position that is not obvious, the colors of the bird are beautiful, you could frame it more tightly, the edging could have been a much more end.
> Add this photo to a group

Français - English - Español - Coloring Bird
Legal Disclaimer and Terms of Use
Back to top | Email Subscription