See the winner of our most recent photo contest, plus photos of dancing Sandhill Cranes, an Osprey, a bathing Eastern Bluebird, a pretty Indigo Bunting, a crabapple-eating Pine Grosbeak, and a juvenile Cooper's Hawk.
Published: February 15, 2013
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An Osprey lifts off with a fresh meal in its grip before flying across the St. Johns River in eastern Florida to find another perch. Ron Goldfarb shot the photo from his boat and used a Nikon D200 with a Nikkor 500mm lens.
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