Indian Saras Crane, the tallest flying bird in the world, pair for life. This was a nesting pair, you can partly see an egg too. Both the partners incubate the egg, so whenever there is change of duty, they give this unison call. Which can be heard over miles.
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Canon R 5; RF 100-500 mm lens; ISO 320; 1/800 sec. at F 8.
What an incredible display! That fanned wing and those thrown back heads! It must have been amazing to witness. Crane calls give me goosebumps and I imagine this would be thrilling to hear. Great work!
A beautiful pose of such a beautiful bird. I love the wing position of the one on the right hand side. What can I say, I would have liked to be there to see it! The bokeh is a bit nervous but that is always difficult when shooting a distant subject (and especially so with a zoom lens that doesn’t have F/2.8 or F/4).