Striking portraits of rare and endangered birds capture their unique personalities – New York Post

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Incredible bird portraits have been released in a new book by one of Britain’s most iconic wildlife photographers. A Bald Eagle captured by Tim Flach for his new book BIRDS.
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A Red Splash Jacobin Pigeon. These pictures were captured by internationally acclaimed photographer Tim Flach for his new book BIRDS, with text by Richard O. Prum.
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A Knobbed Hornbill. Tim Flach has captured more than 180 extraordinary photographs of some of Earth’s most magnetic living beings.
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A Philippine Eagle. In his book, BIRDS Flach evokes the magnificence of the animal kingdom and the urgent need to protect and defend it.
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A Toco Toucan.
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An Inca Tern.
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A Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo.
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A Miniature Crested Duck.
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“My book, BIRDS is the result of much patience, precision and persistence.” BIRDS is published by Abrams & Chronicle books and is available to buy on Amazon.
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