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50 Most Beautiful Bird Photography examples and Tips for Photographers

50 Most Beautiful Bird Photography examples for your inspiration

Exotic Winter Dance - Japanese Red-Crowned Cranes - Marsel van Oosten www.

Japanese Crane

Japanese Crane Courtship Dance - Japanese cranes have one of the most intricate and beautiful courtship dances in the world.

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Action Place Winner — 'Changing Fortunes of the Great Egret,' Zsolt Kudich — The graceful great egret was saved from the brink of disappearance, now there are over in Hungary alone.

Paper! Wow

Cheong-ah Hwang, a Korean artist, creates multi-layered pieces paper sculptures.: amazing paper sculptures by Cheong-ah Hwang

types of eagles - Eagles are larger than buteo hawks, with some having wingspreads up to 2.5 metres (8 feet). Wide color variation in each species of hawk and eagle often makes identification difficult. Juvenile plumages often differ from those of adults.

Top 11 Famous Types of Eagles in The World With Awesome Pictures

The African fish eagle, a specie I am not too familiar with, but what a lovely bird.

Proframe Photography. Japanese Wildlife. Red Crowned Cranes.

Proframe Photography. Japanese Wildlife. Red Crowned Cranes.


Red-crowned crane: The estimated total population of the species is only in the wild. In China, the Red-crowned Crane is often featured in myths and legends. In Taoism, the Red-crowned Crane is a symbol of longevity and immortality.

All the little birdies stuffed up in there. xD

This piping plover may look like it has many legs, but it is taking its four newborns under its wing to keep them warm. Photographer Michael Milicia - Saw this same thing with a Killdeer mom ther other day. Made me smile!

08/29/2017; love these sightings

08/29/2017; love these sightings

O voo da garça

great white heron taking flight Untitled by Stefano Ronchi

Bird of paradise It took me a while to figure out where the bird was!  Amazing colors.

Courtship pose of the Raggiana Bird-of-Paradise (Paradisaea raggiana). He accents his long red flank plumes. This breed is found in southern and northeastern New Guinea. (photo by Tim Laman)