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Feathers and Fences

When driving through Utah’s country side, there’s many birds to be seen sitting on fences. No wonder, since they offer good starting points for hunting. Maybe not the photographer’s dream perch, since man-made structures are not […]

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Cuba’s Kestrels

When visiting Cuba there’s chances of seeing several American Kestrels: the ‘normal’ or nominate species – usually as migrants. But mostly seen is the subspecies ‘sparveroides’, either in a red/dark or white/light morph. And of […]

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