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Why Birds Are a Photography Favourite

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Bird photography is always a popular topic among outdoor photographers. The challenges presented in trying to get a good photograph of a bird though, are difficult to understate. Besides the skittish nature of the animal, problems with weather, wind, light and backgrounds always seem to throw themselves into your path. These recent images though show what can be done with a bit of skill and patience and why the subject of birds continues to be a favourite among photographers everywhere. Check out our further resources on bird photography at the end of the collection.

♥ The Drongo Love ♥ Happy Valentine's Day ♥ by VinothChandar, on Flickr
A misty morning (explored 17/1/12) by JanetR3, on Flickr
Green Bee Eater by VinothChandar, on Flickr
Landing at speed by Steve-h, on Flickr
Curruca capirotada – Sylvia atricapilla heineken (♀) by juan_e, on Flickr
robin(bw) by Tim simpson1, on Flickr
robin by Tim simpson1, on Flickr
Eastern Bluebirds by Dendroica cerulea, on Flickr
The National Monument Reflection…. by Glyn Lowe Photos, on Flickr
Canario silvestre, Serinus canarius(♂) by juan_e, on Flickr
Gliding Pelican by Andrew Ngai, on Flickr
A Very Tiny Wren by me'nthedogs, on Flickr
Looks like he caught something by ellenm1, on Flickr
Eagle by Karsten Hitzschke, on Flickr
One more by JAMoutinho, on Flickr
Brandt's Cormorant, Phalacrocorax pencicillatus by Bill Bouton, on Flickr
Beautiful Pheasant by katsrcool, on Flickr
Winter Long Tail by brianfuller6385, on Flickr
Tūī by SidPix, on Flickr

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