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Feral Pigeon in Flight
Feral pigeons are a familiar sight in towns and cities across the whole of the UK. They are very agile birds in the air and they can fly at speeds of over 60 miles per hour. This composite shows a feral pigeon in the air as it soars almost effortlessly against a clear, blue sky.
Fulmar in Flight
The bird depicted in this composite is a northern fulmar, a species that is found around much of the British coastline. This particular bird is seen flying over the sea below the cliffs of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall.
Coot over the Water
Eurasian coots run vigorously across the surface of the water before taking off, in turn creating a lot of splashing in the process, and they also display this behaviour when involved in territorial disputes. This composite shows the movement of a coot as it performs this behaviour.
Great Tit Takeoff
Great tits are regular visitors to gardens all year round, where they make the most of the food humans put out for them. They fly extremely fast, and this composite depicts a great tit taking off from a bird table with a seed in its mouth.