Red-tailed Hawk photographed in St. George Utah. In the summer it's not uncommon for the heat to exceed 110 degrees (F) in this area. These guys and the Swainson's are STOKED about the rumors of an upcoming water park.
Going into the vault for my last couple of pics. It's a sign that I might need to actually find something to photograph! Rad Fisher of Kings from a couple of years ago. These birds still taunt me and don't like it when I try to take their picture.
If Monday has got you down, maybe this kestrel can turn that around. Or kill you... it might want to kill you. I really don’t know what she’s thinking but it doesn’t look like she’s going to start to hug everyone 😬
After tonight it’s only one more sleep til Christmas. Er... Iceland. Ya I’m leaving so bye. P.S. leave your fav long flight tips below 👇🏻. And by tips I mean the kind that will knock me out cold. But regular ones work too.
This amazing specimen, known as the Barn swallow, has built a real reputation for itself. Just as most flycatchers get their name for their common behavior to hunt and eat flys, Barn swallows also receive their name due to their innate ability to hunt and swallow barns... it’s simple bird logic really...