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"fastest flyer" - Peregrine Falcon - One of the fastest animals on Earth. A fast shutter speed is recommended for flying birds. (Arizona Sonora Desert Museum/Raptor Free Flight) ©R.C. Clark: Dancing Snake Nature Photography All rights reserved #arizona, #nature, #photography, #dancingsnakenaturephotography, #birds, #raptors, #PeregrineFalcon

"fastest flyer" - Peregrine Falcon - One of the fastest animals on Earth. A fast shutter speed is recommended for flying birds. (Arizona Sonora Desert Museum/Raptor Free Flight) ©R. Clark: Dancing Snake Nature Photography All rights reserved

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Wildlife frozen in time

An amazing series of high speed photographs created by Scott Linstead. An amazing series of high speed photographs created by Scott Linstead.

Bird Of Prey attacking Enterprise -- taken with a camera with a preternaturally fast shutter and a lens with just the required amount of flare.

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The peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) is the fastest living creature, reaching speeds of at least 124 mph and possibly as much as 168 mph when swooping from great heights during territorial displays or while catching prey birds in midair.

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As a bird photographer, I’ve continued to get the question, &qout;I have two birds in the photo, but only one is in focus. How do I get both birds, particularly the eyes, in focus?&qout; A fair question. When photographing birds, we need fast shutter speeds which typically goes hand in hand with bigger apertu…

Burrowing Owl Buddies taking a morning break several feet from their nest at Ft. Lauderdale, FL Photo by Sheen's Nature Photography

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Capturing a moment takes patience, a degree of luck and often, a fast shutter speed!

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In fact, even if you don't blink you're still going to miss it. That's how fast this juvenile prairie falcon delivers a swoop attack on a resting drake mallard.                             Prairie falcons are considerably smaller than mallards, and rely on speed and stealth to take down their prey. In this YouTube video, slowed-down footage shows how the falcon knocks the mallard out with a stinging head blow. Even in slow motion, the lightning quick bird is still a blur…

In fact, even if you don't blink you're still going to miss it. That's how fast this juvenile prairie falcon delivers a swoop attack on a resting drake mallard. Prairie falcons are considerably smaller than mallards, and rely on speed and stealth to take down their prey. In this YouTube video, slowed-down footage shows how the falcon knocks the mallard out with a stinging head blow. Even in slow motion, the lightning quick bird is still a blur…

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Photographing bats with a PhotoTrap and Bogen supports in southern Arizona

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