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Yes! and our bird and nature group has a fabulous photographer who shares images with the group. he has taken many great images of them. wish i could share, but they are copyrighted. amazing. it's also called the Mexican Eagle. i have been begging him to let me put a book together for him. some day....
Thanks Heidi - now I know a new word - protofeathers!!!Thanks pg!
Great eye Rob the detail is wonderful.
What an intelligent expression in that eye!Those aren't hairs coming out of the pores, they're protofeathers. They're the same stuff that their ancestors, the velociraptors, were covered in.
Interesting Trish - have you seen one? Thanks:))
we have these in central Texas on their migration to wherever. really beautiful birds. Thanks for yet another beauty robryan!
It sure is Laura - thanks!Thanks Sandy!
Cool eye again. Thanks robyn.
You can see the little hairs coming out of the pores. That is really close!