Uploaded: July 07, 2007


F6,3 , 1/500SEC iso 100
This is the Bird that originated the Portuguese navigators to baptize the Azores Arquipelago.
In near pass called AZOR...and also Milhafre of Azores ...after a serious study , especialists from Azores Arquipelago University and others. conclued that this bird was a Eagle....( Round wing Eagle )
Its a specie that is actualy in danger of extention.
And finally I managed to get some pics of this beautifull bird.Hope everyone enjoys it.
Picture taken in PICO AZORES.


Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict July 07, 2007

Great capture of this beautiful birds of prey...Dominick #686768

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