Wildlife: morning vigilance


On this wondrous morning in the western Canadian province of Alberta, it seemed like every fifth fence post had a hawk on it. I was blessed to be able to get close enough for this view, even capturing a highlight in the eye. No tripod; I needed to be as flexible as possible and tripods don’t allow that. Nikon D7100, 70-300 mm. lens.

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Hawk Canada Alberta wildlife


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