Some Pied Crow actions here.

I took some shots of Pied Crows taking off to show you.
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I have a love to see how the crows handle their lift offs in the wind, as they are real masters of strong winds. A bit of a hazy morning that thankfully cleared up later and then our sun was shining again.
Come and let me show you some athleticism.

The Pied Crow (Corvus albus) sat on a roof of one of the oldest houses in this area.
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He sharply popped up onto a window sill.
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Bang! As then took off into the face of the wind.
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Here was another one sitting on a high old cork oak tree.
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He simply flipped up and was efforlessly lifted by the wind.
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Yes, the Pied Crows are experts in the strong winds and many days the skies are empty during the raging winds, except for some crows flying around at high speeds.
I have even seen some of them playing tricks in flight trying to outdo each other with swirls and dives. I am talking here of wind speeds at 60-80 Kmh and it even shakes my nomally steady hands.
Real amazing flyers.

And That's All Friends!

Photos by Zac Smith-All Rights Reserved.

Camera: Canon Powershot SX60HS Bridge camera.

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