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Rock Climbing Photo: falcon food exchange pic 3, female inverting to re...
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By 1Eric Rhicard
May 27, 2008
It is possible that photographing these birds disturbs them and their roproductive habits. (They think you are stealing their souls) Please steer clear of these birds. If you are close enough to photograph them you are too close. There are no studies to support this but it is better to close thousands of acres of climbing areas (Forest Service Fee areas not included) than risk the future of these birds! Sorry Healje, but I have an endangered bug up my butt.

Great Photos!
By John W. Knoernschild
From: Wisconsin
Oct 1, 2008
What kind of comment is that. This is amazing photography. Why dont you go and tell National Geo to stop filming wildlife. That should go over well. God forbid anyone get near any animals when they are outdoors enjoying nature.

If you see a Falcon, turn tail and run because you might be risking their lives just by looking at them......... I mean seriously man.
By Red
From: Tacoma, Toyota
Nov 9, 2009
Bio, Awesome picture(s)!!!

EFR, that's hilarious!

John, I think you should read Eric's comment one more time... This time, maybe a little slower than you did the first time.

I feel bad about killing a couple falcon's just now from looking at these shots. I have to say it was worth it though, they were really good pics!
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falcon food exchange pic 3, female inverting to receive from male. Photo by Will Sooter

Submitted By: bio on May 26, 2008
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