Hawk Eye

Are you starting to think I want to be a wildlife photographer? Well, I really do actually, but it is going to take years of practice.

I’m still working on my quest to show you at least one image of each of the bird species I photographed in Everglades National Park but it is more a testament to the amount of wildlife in the park rather than my skills as a wildlife photographer. There are just so many opportunities, it is much easier than trying to capture wildlife anywhere else I have been.

Today’s image is a Red Shouldered Hawk. It just flew right in front of me as I hiked along one of the trails.

Red Shouldered Hawk, Everglades National Park, Florida

Please click the image to view a larger version.

If you, too, want to practice your skills photographing wildlife, Everglades National Park is the place to do it.

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