Unity, Faith and Decipline by arshadashraf1

This is the picture of Russian Mallards. I had captured this picture on one of the famous lakes of Pakistan named Hanna Lake in Quetta. These birds travel from Russia to Baluchistan in winter season. You can see the frozen water of the lake in the picture.

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My eyes on you by alerossiniphoto

Close portrait of a beautiful Pygmy owl

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Feel the Nature. by arshadashraf1

Eversmann’s redstart redstart is a bird belonging to the genus Phoenicurus, a genus of redstarts. It was formerly classified in the thrush family Turdidae but is now placed in the Old World flycatcher family Muscicapidae. This is a beautiful bird to capture.

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The Space Between by peterstewartphotography

Panoramic view over Hong Kong Island and neighboring Kowloon as seen from Braemar Hill.

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Keep your dreams up high by wilcowesterduin

Between Louhossoa and Hélette, Basque country, there is a small mountain road, leading way up to a mountain peak. It is closed for traffic, but i happened to run into some workmen, who were so kind to leave the gate open until the next morning, for me to make photos up there. It was one of the best views i have had! I could see all around from the Atlantic Ocean, untill way far into the snowy peaks of the Pyrénées! The sunset gave “La Rhune” mountain a wonderful dreamful ambiance. Please see it best in black and click on the image!

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Saker Falcon by arshadashraf1

The saker falcon is a large hierofalcon, larger than the lanner falcon and almost as large as gyrfalcon at 47–55 cm (19–22 in) length with a wingspan of 105–129 cm (41–51 in). Its broad blunt wings give it a shadow similar to gyrfalcon, but its plumage is more similar to a lanner falcon’s.

Saker falcons have brown upperbellies and contrasting grey flight feathers. The head and underparts are paler brown, with streaking from the breast down. Males (called sakrets in falconry) and females are similar, as are young birds, although these tend to be a duller brown. The call is a sharp kiy-ee.

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