Avian competition Audubon Photography Awards 2019
• Avian competition Audubon Photography Awards 2019
Photographers were sent on an annual contest Audubon Photography Awards 8000 images depicting the life of birds around the world. Only the winners were announced.
Stunning pictures of birds. Bad is not the case.
1. Photo-winner among adult photographers. Hummingbird - the only bird in the world that can fly backwards. (Photo by Mariam Kamal | Audubon Photography Awards):
2. Photo-winner among the young photographers. Horned or Pacific deadlock. Pacific puffins nest on the northern coast of the Pacific Ocean. Dig long burrows, which build nests of feathers, leaves and herbs in large colonies. (Photo by Sebastian Velasquez | Audubon Photography Awards):
3. The winner among professional photographers. Sage grouse find out the relationship. (Photo by Elizabeth Boehm | Audubon Photography Awards):
4. Category "Plants and birds." The material for the construction of the house. Orioles slot is a shallow a hanging basket with wide oval edges, typically woven together from strips of bast, dry stalks of grass and bark. (Photo by Michael Schulte | Audubon Photography Awards):
5. Black-browed Albatross - a large seabird from the albatross family. It nests on the Auckland Islands, it has a population of up to 170 000 pairs; albatrosses nest 4-kilometer band width of 100 meters along the sea. (Photo by Ly Dang | Audubon Photography Awards):
6. Family disassembly. Great Blue Heron is the largest heron in North America. (Photo by Melissa Rowell | Audubon Photography Awards):
7. Bald eagle - bird of prey of the family Accipitridae. One of the following photo sessions photographer Kevin decided to devote foxes, and for this went to the Natural Park of San Juan County in Washington State. There he watched the young fox to catch a rabbit, when suddenly ... it ran and grabbed the bald eagle claws into its prey. But Fox was not going to part with it, and as a result of the bird lifted into the air and the fancier, and her sacrifice. (Photo by Kevin Ebi | Audubon Photography Awards):
8. Purple Gallinule. It inhabits large marshes with dense vegetation. He knows how to deftly climb the stalks taller plants and branches of shrubs. (Photo by Joseph Przybyla | Audubon Photography Awards):
9. Most of the year the rice bird spends in the central part of North America, wintering in the central part and in the far west of South America. (Photo by Garrett Sheets | Audubon Photography Awards):
10. The red-winged blackbird was the big winner of the contest bird Audubon Photography Awards 2019. The males are black with red and yellow markings on the shoulder and wing, females unattractive grayish-brown, more like a large sparrow. (Photo by Mariam Kamal | Audubon Photography Awards):