Redtails in the Air

Friends, these redtails represent the various types of redtails in the air, being released after banding, the left image shows an immature male with lots of white showing, the right top shows a mature female with two feathers growing back into her tail, she must have run into a tough challenge and lost part of her tail, good thing that feathers regenerate fairly quickly.  The bottom right image is the rufous redtail with very little white showing on his underside.  Click on the image and follow the arrows for a full-sized slideshow. til Tomorrow MJ

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Posted on October 14, 2012, in Birds, Lake Superior, Nature, photography and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. wonderful photos!

  2. Three amazing shots.
    Happy Birthday….The White House

    • thank you very much, is mikki enjoying her new camera?, MJ

    • Thanks mikki and jack for the birthday wishes, we are going to Hawk Ridge tomorrow to see what we will see, thanks again for thinking of me, love MJ Marge

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  3. Fantastic photos!

  4. Wow, these are very impressive. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. Hugs, Barbara

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