The Best Bird Photography from Bird Photographer of The Year 2021

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The Best Bird Photography from Bird Photographer of The Year 2021

 

The Best Bird Photography from Bird Photographer of The Year 2021


5 years ago, the first competition for the best pictures of birds took place - "Bird Photographer of the Year." This year, more than 22,000 entries were submitted for the competition, and the winners were announced on September 1. Have a look at the collection of the best bird photography from Bird Photographer of the Year 2021 and don't forget to share with your friends.


The Best Bird Photography from Bird Photographer of The Year 2021

1. The yellow-billed buffalo starling and his great friend. (Photo by Barbara Fleming)
The yellow-billed buffalo starling and his great friend. (Photo by Barbara Fleming)

3. It's mine! Hornbills chase the same insect. (Photo by Hannes Lochner)
 It's mine! Hornbills chase the same insect. (Photo by Hannes Lochner)

Demoiselle cranes. The smallest and third largest (after the Canadian crane) representative of the crane family. (Photo by Maofeng Shen)
Demoiselle cranes. The smallest and third largest (after the Canadian crane) representative of the crane family. (Photo by Maofeng Shen)

An ordinary swift in Tel Aviv decided to drink at full speed. (Photo by Tzahi Finkelstein)
An ordinary swift in Tel Aviv decided to drink at full speed. (Photo by Tzahi Finkelstein)

Atlantic impasse meditation. (Photo by Kevin Morgans)
Atlantic impasse meditation. (Photo by Kevin Morgans)

Bird on the fence. (Photo by William Steel)
Bird on the fence. (Photo by William Steel)

Chinstrap penguin on top of the iceberg. (Photo by Briton Renato Granieri)
Chinstrap penguin on top of the iceberg. (Photo by Briton Renato Granieri)

Garbage guardians. (Photo by Carla Rhodes)
Garbage guardians. (Photo by Carla Rhodes)

Hamerkop is a medium-sized wading bird. It is the only living species of the Scopus genus and the Scopid family. (Photo by Daniel Zhang)
Hamerkop is a medium-sized wading bird. It is the only living species of the Scopus genus and the Scopid family. (Photo by Daniel Zhang)

Imperial cormorants. (Photo by Julie Halliday)
Imperial cormorants. (Photo by Julie Halliday)

On the border between the United States and Mexico. (Photo by Year Alejandro Prieto)
On the border between the United States and Mexico. (Photo by Year Alejandro Prieto)

Preparing for the attack. (Photo by Jonas Classon)
Preparing for the attack. (Photo by Jonas Classon)

The difference in size between children and adults. (Photo by Raymond Hennessy)
The difference in size between children and adults. (Photo by Raymond Hennessy)

The Eurasian nuthatch
The Eurasian nuthatch is primarily a lowland bird in the north of its range, but in Switzerland it reaches tree boundaries at an altitude of 1200 meters or higher, and in Austria sometimes breeds at an altitude of 1800-2100 m. (Photo by Andrés L. Domínguez Blanco)

The face of death. (Photo by Massimiliano Apollo)
The face of death. (Photo by Massimiliano Apollo)

Underwater portrait of a diving pelican. (Photo by Felipe Foncueva)
Underwater portrait of a diving pelican. (Photo by Felipe Foncueva)

Yellow-backed sharp-tailed sunbird at rest. (Photo by Mousam Ray)
Yellow-backed sharp-tailed sunbird at rest. (Photo by Mousam Ray)



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