Osprey Hover

© Richard H. Hahn

Osprey Hover

Uploaded: April 21, 2004

Description

f11, 1/250 sec., lens focal length 220mm., 4/20/2004. An Osprey puts on the brakes as she approaches her nest. . The nest of this fish eating raptor in the wild is perched at the top of a pine tree near the Colorado River in Rocky Mountain National Park. The male Osprey helps build the nest. Eggs expected next week, I think. The birds spend the summer near Shadow Mountain Reservoir (where the fish are).

Comments

Jill A. Johnson April 21, 2004

wow wonderful capture... just beautiful!!! :) #119744

Gary O`Dell April 21, 2004

Great Shot Richard..Gary O #495145

Danna Lynn Cruzan April 21, 2004

Wow, this is magnificant!!!

Danna #495376

Kelly Abernathy level-classic April 21, 2004

Wow - I love the detail and action stop of this shot - great color as well. Very nice Richard! -K #495442

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