Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week #12

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Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week #12

Bateleurs are the national emblem of Zimbabwe. "Bateleur" is French for "tight-rope walker", aptly describing their characteristic habit of tipping their wing tips when flying, as if to catch their balance... Ronald Krieger

Bateleurs are the national emblem of Zimbabwe. “Bateleur” is French for “tight-rope walker”, aptly describing their characteristic habit of tipping their wing tips when flying, as if to catch their balance… Ronald Krieger

Advances in digital photography have given us the opportunity to capture the beauty and freedom of birds in the wild like never before. In January 2011, the Wild Bird Trust set up a Facebook page with the intention of celebrating free flight and birds in the wild from around the world. Here are the “Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week” drawn from thousands of photographs submitted to the Wild Bird Trust. Each week we select from all the photographs submitted and from our archives. Almost 18,000 photographs from over 100 photographers from around the world have been emailed to us or posted on our Facebook wall so far… Celebrate the freedom and splendor of birds in the wild with us and stimulate positive change by sharing how beautiful the birds of the world really are with the world…

Please join the Wild Bird Trust page on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to receive all wild bird photo updates and join the Wild Bird Revolution. Submit your own photos and become part of this important public awareness campaign to bring the magic of wild birds to the world. Prepare to be blown away every week…

Atlantic puffin looking directly at the photographer. It is a wonderful experience to interact with such beautiful creatures... (Nina Stavlund)

Atlantic puffin looking directly at the photographer. It is a wonderful experience to interact with such beautiful creatures… (Nina Stavlund)

The indigo-banded kingfisher is endemic to the Philippines. They are generally uncommon, but locally common resident of the northern and central islands. (Rey Sta. Ana / Wild Bird Photography Philippines)

The indigo-banded kingfisher is endemic to the Philippines. They are generally uncommon, but locally common resident of the northern and central islands. (Rey Sta. Ana / Wild Bird Photography Philippines)

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[National Geographic]

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