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  • 33 3 2 hours ago
  • Grayson, Wildlife Ambassador Broad-winged Hawk, and Outreach Educator Lauren will be at the Rockfish Gap Open House this Saturday for Hawk Watch!
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Millions of birds are on the move this time of year — some migrating thousands of miles down the east coast of the US to South America for the winter.
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Bring some binoculars, and come visit a species known for their incredible migratory groupings. Visit the link in our bio for more info about this public event!
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#wildlife #hawksofinstagram #wildlifeconservation #conservationeducation #migration
  • Grayson, Wildlife Ambassador Broad-winged Hawk, and Outreach Educator Lauren will be at the Rockfish Gap Open House this Saturday for Hawk Watch!
    . . .
    Millions of birds are on the move this time of year — some migrating thousands of miles down the east coast of the US to South America for the winter.
    . . .
    Bring some binoculars, and come visit a species known for their incredible migratory groupings. Visit the link in our bio for more info about this public event!
    . . .
    #wildlife #hawksofinstagram #wildlifeconservation #conservationeducation #migration
  • 116 1 6 hours ago
  • 10th street hawk  returns
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  • 39 3 18 hours ago
  • 👈 Tap here for more Hawk.
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In 2004, I took my first photos of 2 juvenile Swainson’s Hawks using an old Nikon EM 35mm SLR film camera and 70-210mm lens. I never fully realized my admiration of these awesome raptors until the summer of 2017 when their activity close to home offered up some photo and video opportunities I captured with our little Canon PowerShot SX240-HS point and shoot.
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My passion for photography was reignited in 2018 when I rediscovered my Canon T2i DSLR that had been mostly unused for nearly 8 years. The Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary telephoto lens (I ❤️ this lens!) finally allowed me to take the photos I have always wanted to take - nature, up close and personal, without being up close and personal.
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I soon realized it didn’t matter if I used the big lens or the 18-55mm kit lens, or even my phone - the “way” I was/am taking photos was/is changing. My photography has improved a great deal in the last couple of years but I still have a lot to learn.
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Today’s photos (unedited)... This is a juvenile (immature) Swainson’s Hawk in 3 slightly different poses that I almost didn’t get - if s/he hadn’t cried out, I may never have looked up to see her/him there. These are some of the last photos I will get of the hawks this year as they are likely preparing for their migration. Fun fact: Swainson’s Hawks are the longest distance migratory birds in North America - some going as far as Argentina in South America.
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The air is cooling, the leaves are turning and Mother Earth’s creatures are stocking up on resources. These magnificent birds inspire me to take on creative challenges and remind me to look up once in awhile and be thankful that the seasons always return full circle.
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What inspires you?
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#SwainsonsHawk #Elite_Raptors #HawksOfInstagram #BirdOfPrey #BirdsOfPrey #WhatInspiresYou #Bird_Lovers_Daily #Feather_Perfection #Prairies #Live_Love_Wildlife #Audubon #ShareCanGeo #CanGeo #CanadianGeographic #AlbertaWildlife #Your_Best_Birds #BirdNerd #AlbertaBirds #BirdsOfAlberta #CanadianNature #CanonT2i #Sigma150to600 #AlbertaPhotographers #CanadianPhotographers #grafxbylisaDotCom #grafxbylisaMusic #grafxbylisaPhotos #grafxbylisa
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    In 2004, I took my first photos of 2 juvenile Swainson’s Hawks using an old Nikon EM 35mm SLR film camera and 70-210mm lens. I never fully realized my admiration of these awesome raptors until the summer of 2017 when their activity close to home offered up some photo and video opportunities I captured with our little Canon PowerShot SX240-HS point and shoot.
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    My passion for photography was reignited in 2018 when I rediscovered my Canon T2i DSLR that had been mostly unused for nearly 8 years. The Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary telephoto lens (I ❤️ this lens!) finally allowed me to take the photos I have always wanted to take - nature, up close and personal, without being up close and personal.
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    I soon realized it didn’t matter if I used the big lens or the 18-55mm kit lens, or even my phone - the “way” I was/am taking photos was/is changing. My photography has improved a great deal in the last couple of years but I still have a lot to learn.
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    Today’s photos (unedited)... This is a juvenile (immature) Swainson’s Hawk in 3 slightly different poses that I almost didn’t get - if s/he hadn’t cried out, I may never have looked up to see her/him there. These are some of the last photos I will get of the hawks this year as they are likely preparing for their migration. Fun fact: Swainson’s Hawks are the longest distance migratory birds in North America - some going as far as Argentina in South America.
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    The air is cooling, the leaves are turning and Mother Earth’s creatures are stocking up on resources. These magnificent birds inspire me to take on creative challenges and remind me to look up once in awhile and be thankful that the seasons always return full circle.
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    What inspires you?
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    #SwainsonsHawk #Elite_Raptors #HawksOfInstagram #BirdOfPrey #BirdsOfPrey #WhatInspiresYou #Bird_Lovers_Daily #Feather_Perfection #Prairies #Live_Love_Wildlife #Audubon #ShareCanGeo #CanGeo #CanadianGeographic #AlbertaWildlife #Your_Best_Birds #BirdNerd #AlbertaBirds #BirdsOfAlberta #CanadianNature #CanonT2i #Sigma150to600 #AlbertaPhotographers #CanadianPhotographers #grafxbylisaDotCom #grafxbylisaMusic #grafxbylisaPhotos #grafxbylisa
  • 17 0 17 September, 2019
  • 👈 Tap here for more Hawk.
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In 2004, I took my first photos of 2 juvenile Swainson’s Hawks using an old Nikon EM 35mm SLR film camera and 70-210mm lens. I never fully realized my admiration of these awesome raptors until the summer of 2017 when their activity close to home offered up some photo and video opportunities I captured with our little Canon PowerShot SX240-HS point and shoot.
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My passion for photography was reignited in 2018 when I rediscovered my Canon T2i DSLR that had been mostly unused for nearly 8 years. The Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary telephoto lens (I ❤️ this lens!) finally allowed me to take the photos I have always wanted to take - nature, up close and personal, without being up close and personal.
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I soon realized it didn’t matter if I used the big lens or the 18-55mm kit lens, or even my phone - the “way” I was/am taking photos was/is changing. My photography has improved a great deal in the last couple of years but I still have a lot to learn.
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Today’s photos (unedited)... This is a juvenile (immature) Swainson’s Hawk in 3 slightly different poses that I almost didn’t get - if s/he hadn’t cried out, I may never have looked up to see her/him there. These are some of the last photos I will get of the hawks this year as they are likely preparing for their migration. Fun fact: Swainson’s Hawks are the longest distance migratory birds in North America - some going as far as Argentina in South America.
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The air is cooling, the leaves are turning and Mother Earth’s creatures are stocking up on resources. These magnificent birds inspire me to take on creative challenges and remind me to look up once in awhile and be thankful that the seasons always return full circle.
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What inspires you?
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#SwainsonsHawk #Elite_Raptors #HawksOfInstagram #BirdOfPrey #BirdsOfPrey #WhatInspiresYou #Bird_Lovers_Daily #Feather_Perfection #Prairies #Live_Love_Wildlife #Audubon #ShareCanGeo #CanGeo #CanadianGeographic #AlbertaWildlife #Your_Best_Birds #BirdNerd #AlbertaBirds #BirdsOfAlberta #CanadianNature #CanonT2i #Sigma150to600 #AlbertaPhotographers #CanadianPhotographers #grafxbylisaDotCom #grafxbylisaMusic #grafxbylisaPhotos #grafxbylisa
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    In 2004, I took my first photos of 2 juvenile Swainson’s Hawks using an old Nikon EM 35mm SLR film camera and 70-210mm lens. I never fully realized my admiration of these awesome raptors until the summer of 2017 when their activity close to home offered up some photo and video opportunities I captured with our little Canon PowerShot SX240-HS point and shoot.
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    My passion for photography was reignited in 2018 when I rediscovered my Canon T2i DSLR that had been mostly unused for nearly 8 years. The Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary telephoto lens (I ❤️ this lens!) finally allowed me to take the photos I have always wanted to take - nature, up close and personal, without being up close and personal.
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    I soon realized it didn’t matter if I used the big lens or the 18-55mm kit lens, or even my phone - the “way” I was/am taking photos was/is changing. My photography has improved a great deal in the last couple of years but I still have a lot to learn.
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    Today’s photos (unedited)... This is a juvenile (immature) Swainson’s Hawk in 3 slightly different poses that I almost didn’t get - if s/he hadn’t cried out, I may never have looked up to see her/him there. These are some of the last photos I will get of the hawks this year as they are likely preparing for their migration. Fun fact: Swainson’s Hawks are the longest distance migratory birds in North America - some going as far as Argentina in South America.
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    The air is cooling, the leaves are turning and Mother Earth’s creatures are stocking up on resources. These magnificent birds inspire me to take on creative challenges and remind me to look up once in awhile and be thankful that the seasons always return full circle.
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    What inspires you?
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    #SwainsonsHawk #Elite_Raptors #HawksOfInstagram #BirdOfPrey #BirdsOfPrey #WhatInspiresYou #Bird_Lovers_Daily #Feather_Perfection #Prairies #Live_Love_Wildlife #Audubon #ShareCanGeo #CanGeo #CanadianGeographic #AlbertaWildlife #Your_Best_Birds #BirdNerd #AlbertaBirds #BirdsOfAlberta #CanadianNature #CanonT2i #Sigma150to600 #AlbertaPhotographers #CanadianPhotographers #grafxbylisaDotCom #grafxbylisaMusic #grafxbylisaPhotos #grafxbylisa
  • 13 0 17 September, 2019
  • 👈 Tap here for more Hawk.
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In 2004, I took my first photos of 2 juvenile Swainson’s Hawks using an old Nikon EM 35mm SLR film camera and 70-210mm lens. I never fully realized my admiration of these awesome raptors until the summer of 2017 when their activity close to home offered up some photo and video opportunities I captured with our little Canon PowerShot SX240-HS point and shoot.
.
My passion for photography was reignited in 2018 when I rediscovered my Canon T2i DSLR that had been mostly unused for nearly 8 years. The Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary telephoto lens (I ❤️ this lens!) finally allowed me to take the photos I have always wanted to take - nature, up close and personal, without being up close and personal.
.
I soon realized it didn’t matter if I used the big lens or the 18-55mm kit lens, or even my phone - the “way” I was/am taking photos was/is changing. My photography has improved a great deal in the last couple of years but I still have a lot to learn.
.
Today’s photos (unedited)... This is a juvenile (immature) Swainson’s Hawk in 3 slightly different poses that I almost didn’t get - if s/he hadn’t cried out, I may never have looked up to see her/him there. These are some of the last photos I will get of the hawks this year as they are likely preparing for their migration. Fun fact: Swainson’s Hawks are the longest distance migratory birds in North America - some going as far as Argentina in South America.
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The air is cooling, the leaves are turning and Mother Earth’s creatures are stocking up on resources. These magnificent birds inspire me to take on creative challenges and remind me to look up once in awhile and be thankful that the seasons always return full circle.
.
What inspires you?
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#SwainsonsHawk #Elite_Raptors #HawksOfInstagram #BirdOfPrey #BirdsOfPrey #WhatInspiresYou #Bird_Lovers_Daily #Feather_Perfection #Prairies #Live_Love_Wildlife #Audubon #ShareCanGeo #CanGeo #CanadianGeographic #AlbertaWildlife #Your_Best_Birds #BirdNerd #AlbertaBirds #BirdsOfAlberta #CanadianNature #CanonT2i #Sigma150to600 #AlbertaPhotographers #CanadianPhotographers #grafxbylisaDotCom #grafxbylisaMusic #grafxbylisaPhotos #grafxbylisa
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    In 2004, I took my first photos of 2 juvenile Swainson’s Hawks using an old Nikon EM 35mm SLR film camera and 70-210mm lens. I never fully realized my admiration of these awesome raptors until the summer of 2017 when their activity close to home offered up some photo and video opportunities I captured with our little Canon PowerShot SX240-HS point and shoot.
    .
    My passion for photography was reignited in 2018 when I rediscovered my Canon T2i DSLR that had been mostly unused for nearly 8 years. The Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary telephoto lens (I ❤️ this lens!) finally allowed me to take the photos I have always wanted to take - nature, up close and personal, without being up close and personal.
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    I soon realized it didn’t matter if I used the big lens or the 18-55mm kit lens, or even my phone - the “way” I was/am taking photos was/is changing. My photography has improved a great deal in the last couple of years but I still have a lot to learn.
    .
    Today’s photos (unedited)... This is a juvenile (immature) Swainson’s Hawk in 3 slightly different poses that I almost didn’t get - if s/he hadn’t cried out, I may never have looked up to see her/him there. These are some of the last photos I will get of the hawks this year as they are likely preparing for their migration. Fun fact: Swainson’s Hawks are the longest distance migratory birds in North America - some going as far as Argentina in South America.
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    The air is cooling, the leaves are turning and Mother Earth’s creatures are stocking up on resources. These magnificent birds inspire me to take on creative challenges and remind me to look up once in awhile and be thankful that the seasons always return full circle.
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    What inspires you?
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    #SwainsonsHawk #Elite_Raptors #HawksOfInstagram #BirdOfPrey #BirdsOfPrey #WhatInspiresYou #Bird_Lovers_Daily #Feather_Perfection #Prairies #Live_Love_Wildlife #Audubon #ShareCanGeo #CanGeo #CanadianGeographic #AlbertaWildlife #Your_Best_Birds #BirdNerd #AlbertaBirds #BirdsOfAlberta #CanadianNature #CanonT2i #Sigma150to600 #AlbertaPhotographers #CanadianPhotographers #grafxbylisaDotCom #grafxbylisaMusic #grafxbylisaPhotos #grafxbylisa
  • 18 2 17 September, 2019
  • HAWK FEATHER ... wonderful day today with #djirra #sistersdayout . 
Came home with this gorgeous hawk feather courtesy of the very inspirational #marilynenicholls . Thank you ❤️ I will treasure it ❤️ .
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HAWK MEDICINE... the message bringer, deepening intuition and connection to the unseen realms. .

Hawk sings out to us, keep focused on the task at hand and avoid distractions . .

Hawk provides us with a higher level of understanding given perspective and intuitive insight. .
Hawk helps us see ahead and avoid obstacles, giving clear and focused vision to guide our actions .
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  • HAWK FEATHER ... wonderful day today with #djirra #sistersdayout .
    Came home with this gorgeous hawk feather courtesy of the very inspirational #marilynenicholls . Thank you ❤️ I will treasure it ❤️ .
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    HAWK MEDICINE... the message bringer, deepening intuition and connection to the unseen realms. .

    Hawk sings out to us, keep focused on the task at hand and avoid distractions . .

    Hawk provides us with a higher level of understanding given perspective and intuitive insight. .
    Hawk helps us see ahead and avoid obstacles, giving clear and focused vision to guide our actions .
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  • 24 1 17 September, 2019
  • Happy Talon Tuesday. During mid-to-late September, Broad-Winged Hawks take to the skies and begin their migration south. These small but mighty hawks are known to travel up to 4,350 miles, from as far north as Canada to their wintering grounds in Central and South America. Broad-Winged Hawks take advantage of natural patterns of rising air and fly along thermals to conserve energy. In addition, they migrate in large flocks called “kettles,” that can number in the thousands.

Our Broad-Winged Hawk can no longer make the annual migration due to her wing injury, but she can be an ambassador for her species by helping us to educate the public about her species. As a forest dweller, Broad-winged hawks not only require habitat during their summer nesting and wintering grounds, but it's equally important for them to have habitats all along their path of migration. #broadwingedhawksofinstagram #broadwingedhawks #birdmigrationseason #birdsofprey #hawksofinstagram #raptoreducation #wingsandtalonsraptors #wingsandtalons
  • Happy Talon Tuesday. During mid-to-late September, Broad-Winged Hawks take to the skies and begin their migration south. These small but mighty hawks are known to travel up to 4,350 miles, from as far north as Canada to their wintering grounds in Central and South America. Broad-Winged Hawks take advantage of natural patterns of rising air and fly along thermals to conserve energy. In addition, they migrate in large flocks called “kettles,” that can number in the thousands.

    Our Broad-Winged Hawk can no longer make the annual migration due to her wing injury, but she can be an ambassador for her species by helping us to educate the public about her species. As a forest dweller, Broad-winged hawks not only require habitat during their summer nesting and wintering grounds, but it's equally important for them to have habitats all along their path of migration. #broadwingedhawksofinstagram #broadwingedhawks #birdmigrationseason #birdsofprey #hawksofinstagram #raptoreducation #wingsandtalonsraptors #wingsandtalons
  • 25 0 17 September, 2019
  • While taking a walk this afternoon, a red-tailed hawk flew directly in my path, its outstretched wings barely missing me. I could see the depth of its wingspan, the contrast of its plumage, and all its personality. Watching it perched upon this lamppost, I found myself blindly walking closer. Upon taking this photo, I was probably about ten feet away. The bird acknowledged me, I acknowledged the bird, and we both went about our business. I had some writing to do; s/he had smaller creatures to prey upon.
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For the next hour, we danced around each other a bit, our paths crossing two more times as I walked a different path, and s/he found a new light to rest upon.
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From Celia M. Gunn's Totem Animals:
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Hawk/falcon: spiritual perception
In cultures all over the world, the hawk represents the light that illuminates darkness. Sacred to the ancient Greek sun god, Apollo, because of its keen eye sight it was linked with prophecy. In ancient Egypt, it was sacred to the sun god, Ra, and its hovering stillness was linked to a fixed star in the heavens. Many cultures use a hawk feather in healing rituals.
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Hawk is the powerful totem of a person who is a born leader... you probably have experienced powerful dreams and visions since you were a child. An extremely spiritual perspective allows you to readily access higher levels of consciousness, yet you have an eye for detail. As your judgement is clear, you often take the initiative. Other people often don't understand you, your ideas, or your actions, but no one can tell you how to think or behave [snaps...].
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When Hawk catches your attention, be aware that a powerful message is coming. New powers, such as visionary abilities, may be about to be awakened within you... Hawk helps you to see things from a new perspective and to balance your energy.
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#nature
#hawk
#falconry
#redtailedhawk
#hawksofinstagram
#bird
#birds
#birdsofprey
#birdsofinstagram
#birdstagram
#instabird
#birdlovers
#raptor
#nycwildlife
#wildnyc
#wildlife
#wildlifeofinstagram
#wildlifelovers
#wildlifeshots
#majestic
#majesticwildlife
#wildlifeperfection
#naturelover
#splendidanimals
#totemanimal
#spiritanimal
#animalspirit
#wildspirit
  • While taking a walk this afternoon, a red-tailed hawk flew directly in my path, its outstretched wings barely missing me. I could see the depth of its wingspan, the contrast of its plumage, and all its personality. Watching it perched upon this lamppost, I found myself blindly walking closer. Upon taking this photo, I was probably about ten feet away. The bird acknowledged me, I acknowledged the bird, and we both went about our business. I had some writing to do; s/he had smaller creatures to prey upon.
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    For the next hour, we danced around each other a bit, our paths crossing two more times as I walked a different path, and s/he found a new light to rest upon.
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    From Celia M. Gunn's Totem Animals:
    ...
    Hawk/falcon: spiritual perception
    In cultures all over the world, the hawk represents the light that illuminates darkness. Sacred to the ancient Greek sun god, Apollo, because of its keen eye sight it was linked with prophecy. In ancient Egypt, it was sacred to the sun god, Ra, and its hovering stillness was linked to a fixed star in the heavens. Many cultures use a hawk feather in healing rituals.
    ...
    Hawk is the powerful totem of a person who is a born leader... you probably have experienced powerful dreams and visions since you were a child. An extremely spiritual perspective allows you to readily access higher levels of consciousness, yet you have an eye for detail. As your judgement is clear, you often take the initiative. Other people often don't understand you, your ideas, or your actions, but no one can tell you how to think or behave [snaps...].
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    When Hawk catches your attention, be aware that a powerful message is coming. New powers, such as visionary abilities, may be about to be awakened within you... Hawk helps you to see things from a new perspective and to balance your energy.
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    #nature
    #hawk
    #falconry
    #redtailedhawk
    #hawksofinstagram
    #bird
    #birds
    #birdsofprey
    #birdsofinstagram
    #birdstagram
    #instabird
    #birdlovers
    #raptor
    #nycwildlife
    #wildnyc
    #wildlife
    #wildlifeofinstagram
    #wildlifelovers
    #wildlifeshots
    #majestic
    #majesticwildlife
    #wildlifeperfection
    #naturelover
    #splendidanimals
    #totemanimal
    #spiritanimal
    #animalspirit
    #wildspirit
  • 30 3 16 September, 2019
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    💙’Insight’ Amazonite Hawk Hoop Earrings💙


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  • 25 1 16 September, 2019
  • I have two good eyes to spotted a red-tailed hawk.
  • I have two good eyes to spotted a red-tailed hawk.
  • 27 1 16 September, 2019
  • from earlier in the summer, Cyrus is showing off a deceiving view of where a raptor's eyes are on their head!
birds of prey have binocular vision, where the eyes are oriented to the front of the head. all predators, even humans, posses this trait. having eyes at the front of the head means it's easier to keep track of what's in front of you and hunt more efficiently. birds of prey in particular are almost totally visually oriented, with estimates saying that their vision is between two to eight times that of human vision. they are perfectly adapted to be able to spot prey from up to a mile with relative ease.
conversely, in some raptors like owls, there is almost no short distance sight whatsoever. as far as i can tell, Harris hawks are much better in that regard and can understand that something is directly in front of them.
i spend a lot of time wondering how Cyrus views the world. while i have some idea from my own research, it's something I'll never be able to experience for myself and fully understand the ways he interprets everything around him. raptors also process things arguably faster than we do to look for the tiniest movements of prey. however he sees me and the people we work with, it certainly couldn't be comparable to any kind of human sight.
Cyrus name, in fact,.means 'far sighted'. i like the contrast between someone with a visual impairment naming their bird specifically after its great sight 😂

#falconry #harrishawk #birdsofprey #birdsofinstagram #elite_raptors #wildlifebiology #wildlifebirds #hawksofinstagram #eyesight #sharpeye #adaptations #canonportrait #birdprofile #countryside #cyrus #falconryuk #beaks #birdsofusa #bestbirds #animalfacts #zookeeper #inthewild #survival
  • from earlier in the summer, Cyrus is showing off a deceiving view of where a raptor's eyes are on their head!
    birds of prey have binocular vision, where the eyes are oriented to the front of the head. all predators, even humans, posses this trait. having eyes at the front of the head means it's easier to keep track of what's in front of you and hunt more efficiently. birds of prey in particular are almost totally visually oriented, with estimates saying that their vision is between two to eight times that of human vision. they are perfectly adapted to be able to spot prey from up to a mile with relative ease.
    conversely, in some raptors like owls, there is almost no short distance sight whatsoever. as far as i can tell, Harris hawks are much better in that regard and can understand that something is directly in front of them.
    i spend a lot of time wondering how Cyrus views the world. while i have some idea from my own research, it's something I'll never be able to experience for myself and fully understand the ways he interprets everything around him. raptors also process things arguably faster than we do to look for the tiniest movements of prey. however he sees me and the people we work with, it certainly couldn't be comparable to any kind of human sight.
    Cyrus name, in fact,.means 'far sighted'. i like the contrast between someone with a visual impairment naming their bird specifically after its great sight 😂

    #falconry #harrishawk #birdsofprey #birdsofinstagram #elite_raptors #wildlifebiology #wildlifebirds #hawksofinstagram #eyesight #sharpeye #adaptations #canonportrait #birdprofile #countryside #cyrus #falconryuk #beaks #birdsofusa #bestbirds #animalfacts #zookeeper #inthewild #survival
  • 210 8 16 September, 2019