A Roadside hawk stretches out a leg as it perches alone the Rio Frio near the Nicaraguan border. Roadside hawks are small buteos that range from Mexico to Argentina. As their name suggests, they hunt along roads and other open areas for reptiles, large insects, and small mammals on which they feed.
Avengers: Infinity War has already wrapped principal photography, which took place in Atlanta. That's when Atlanta Filming caught the Above photo, which is, well, rather confusing..!
( That's probably due to the giant foam hand that is approaching his neck, a hand that actually might belong to the Hulk himself. That large hand is typically used when filming scenes for the Hulk and could represent Banner fighting his inner Hulk for control. Banner has struggled for control before, as recently as Thor: Ragnarok, but it's never been in a physical fight with himself, but that could be the case in Infinity War. )
Credit : Atlanta filming ( twitter) ✅
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Species nr. 136
The biggest surprise on the #birdingdownunder expedition cruise with @heritageexpeditions.
During the tour, on our request, we got a onboard lecture about Prion identification by expedtion guides @lislegwynn and Chris Peters. As we were struggling with interpretation of the id features. Most species look very similair and the identification is usually a puzzle between several features (eg bill structure, shade of colour, tail pattern, etc) by looking at your camera screen. All the regular species where covered and the island variation as well, and the lecture was closed off by an image taken off Macquarie island (Australia) of an apparent MacGillivray's Prion. A species known to breed on St Paul, an island very very far away.
The next morning (in new Zealand waters) I was photographing Fulmar Prions off the side off the ship when a strange Prion shot through my view finder and where the AF locked on. Looking at the bill structure I noticed that it was something I hadn't seen before and I thought maybe Salvin's (at it has a s-shaped lower mandible as mentioned in the lecture) and alerted both bird guides and the rest of the birders on board.
When I was indoors looking for birders the bird appeared at the stern and identified as the same bird as photographed off Macquarie a few years ago - an apparent MacGillivray's Prion. A new species for New Zealand! (as far as we know, if accepted)
It got more crazy, the next day we had 2-3 birds around the ship.
In the aftermath Lisle checked all his images from Broad-billed Prion he had taken during all his tours and he couldn't find any other similar birds - except one that was taken in the Ross sea. In the meanwhile I checked my photo's taken during this tour and I had photographed already one bird during the Stewart Island - Snares crossing!
Back on land, we sent the images to experts and all agree so far that it looks like the real MacGillivray's Prion. #jobwelldone
Id comments welcome!
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