Birds of Prey
I have always been fascinated by birds of prey. They are the result of a delicate evolution from their ancestors, and have successfully adapted to their habitat so as to guarantee their survival. They gloriously soar in flight, reaching unreachable heights, what’s more, their astounding power of sight defines them as one most interesting species in the wild.
It is safe to say every wildlife photographer has been infatuated by these raptors at some point in his/her career, and I am no exception. In fact, besides photographing them, I have studied predatory birds and their behavior closely. Unique in their features, birds of prey remain as mystifying from nesting season to mating, and on to how they spend winter. They observe distance from humans and stand so conservative little has been known about them by the public, consequently little have they been talked about.