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Cocoi Heron (Ardea cocoi) flying above an oxbow lake  in lowland tropical rainforest, Manu National Park, Madre de Dios, Peru.

Cocoi Heron (Ardea cocoi) flying above an oxbow lake in lowland tropical rainforest, Manu National Park, Madre de Dios, Peru.

Black-and-Chestnut Eagle (Oroaetus isidori) perched on a tree in the cloud forest at 1800 meters, Koshñipata Valley, Manu National Park, Cusco, Peru.

Black-and-Chestnut Eagle (Oroaetus isidori) perched on a tree in the cloud forest at 1800 meters, Koshñipata Valley, Manu National Park, Cusco, Peru.

Blue-and-Yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna) perched on a Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa), lowland tropical rainforest, Tambopata National Reserve, Madre de Dios, Peru.

Blue-and-Yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna) perched on a Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa), lowland tropical rainforest, Tambopata National Reserve, Madre de Dios, Peru.

"Don't believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding. Find out what you already know and you will see the way to fly." ~ Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

"Don't believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding. Find out what you already know and you will see the way to fly." ~ Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

Crested Treeswift by Dave Irving on 500px

Crested Treeswift by Dave Irving on 500px

Red-and-Green Macaws (Ara chloroptera) at the Blanquillo clay lick along the Rio Madre de Dios, lowland tropical rainforest, Madre de Dios, Peru.

Red-and-Green Macaws (Ara chloroptera) at the Blanquillo clay lick along the Rio Madre de Dios, lowland tropical rainforest, Madre de Dios, Peru.

Common kestrel hunting for rodents - When hunting, common kestrels often use the wind to aid them in their search for prey. Using their wings and tail to control their flight, kestrels will fly into the wind, which allows them to hover like a kite, staying aloft in one place while they scan the landscape for voles, mice, or in coastal areas, crustaceans crawling along the beach. In those coastal areas, the ridge-lift phenomenon has the same effect: Wind comes off the shore, up against the…

Common kestrel hunting for rodents - When hunting, common kestrels often use the wind to aid them in their search for prey. Using their wings and tail to control their flight, kestrels will fly into the wind, which allows them to hover like a kite, staying aloft in one place while they scan the landscape for voles, mice, or in coastal areas, crustaceans crawling along the beach. In those coastal areas, the ridge-lift phenomenon has the same effect: Wind comes off the shore, up against the…

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