Monday, April 26, 2010

Tawny Eagle

Another post of the same Tawny Eagle that i had posted earlier, this image was shot from under the car, yes UNDER THE CAR! :)

Tawny Eagle
Canon EOS 20D + Sigma 135-400mm
Location: Bangalore, India

A little info about the Tawny Eagle from Wiki:
Length: 62–72 cm
Wingspan: 165–185 cm
Weight: 1.6–2.4 kg
The Tawny Eagle's diet is largely fresh carrion of all kinds, but it will kill small mammals up to the size of a rabbit, reptiles and birds up to the size of guineafowl. It will also steal food from other raptors.
The call of the Tawny Eagle is a crow-like barking, but it is rather a silent bird except in display.


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10 comments:

  1. Great shot of that Tawny, nice blog !

    Grant

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  2. well well, what were you doing under the car? ;)

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  3. Under the car, what kind of car do you have??? Wow man, that's a great shot and I love the blur effect on the first plan... Well done Angad, this is splendid.

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  4. @ TERENCE & GRANT: Thanks, im glad you liked it. :)

    @TOM: i decided to get out of the car, crawl around it to the rear and then shoot the bird, but my friend suggested that i try shooting it from under the car. :)

    @CHRIS: Well its my friends car Chris. It was a swift, and thanks... :) The blur in the foreground is all the dried up grass right in front of the lens, as i was lying down while shooting this image.

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  5. hi Angad

    Amazing photography.

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Actually moved my blog to http://conservationofwildlife.in.

    Thanks
    Karthik

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  6. What an exciting capture to have taken and no doubt under your car, amazing. Love the softened quality that the lighting of such an endeavor gave you. Great image~

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  7. Hello Angad

    that was a great capture...did you have to imitate a rodent to attract the eagle...

    It is nice to meet you and see your wonderful work....

    Happy days

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  8. I probably said it before - what a beautiful bird!! You were in the right place at the right time for sure! Thanks for sharing the info. ~ks

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  9. I enjoyed seeing your great photo of the Tawny and reading the little story with it!

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