Monday, 5 June 2017

Bird spotting on Punta Suarez, Espanola Island, Galapagos

In one of our previous articles, we already showed some pictures of the Albatross on Espanola Island. This time we took pictures of many different species: frigate, swallow tailed gull, finches, naca boobies and Galapagos dove. The most beautiful picture birds are from Nazca Boobies with their little fluffy chicks and close-ups. We also like the shot of the two birds passing each other in full flight. Exceptionaly lucky to take such a picture.

In één van onze vorige artikelen toonden we reeds enkele foto's van de Albatros op Espanola Island. Deze keer trokken we foto's van meerdere soorten: : frigate, swallow tailed gull, finches, naca boobies and Galapagos dove. De meest mooie zijn de Nasca Boobies met hun pluizige kuikens en close-up impressies. We houden ook van het beeld waarop twee vogels elkaar kruisen in volle vlucht. Extreem veel geluk om zo'n foto te kunnen maken. 
 
Bird spotting Punta Suarez

Bird spotting Punta Suarez Nasca Booby

Bird spotting Punta Suarez Frigate

Bird spotting Punta Suarez

Bird spotting Punta Suarez

Bird spotting Punta Suarez baby

Bird spotting Punta Suarez fluffy

Bird spotting Punta Suarez

Bird spotting Punta Suarez dove

Bird spotting Punta Suarez

Bird spotting Punta Suarez

Bird spotting Punta Suarez swallow tailed gull

Bird spotting Punta Suarez nasca booby

Bird spotting Punta Suarez

Bird spotting Punta Suarez nasca booby

Bird spotting Punta Suarez nazca booby

Bird spotting Punta Suarez nasca booby

Bird spotting Punta Suarez nasca booby

Previous Punta Suarez article: Iguanas and lizards

Previous Birds article: Great pictures of an albatross on the Galapagos Islands

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6 comments:

  1. Wow, what incredible bird shots! Very nice to see them (most not sure what they are) but they are beautiful.

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  2. The Booby babies are adorable! And the adults are beautiful. I also see either a pigeon or dove. Gorgeous and sharp pictures! I love how chicks always appear to be frowning.

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  3. geweldig Philip wat een prachtige momenten.heerlijk

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  4. een genoegen om dit te zien Filip

    groeten

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  5. These bird photos are superb. Wondering what lens you were using.

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