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Steppe eagle and Night heron at Wildpark Poing

A juv. Night heron head study, an unusual sighting of a migrating bird, at the pond close to the Bear enclosure. Faber-Castell Pitt pen

One more study of the same bird, Faber-Castell Pitt pen

haven`t been in Wildpark in Poing for months, I went there today in the morning, and was happily surprised by a new member in their raptor collection, this juv. Steppe eagle. I couldn`t miss the chance to portray this beautiful bird..Life study, watercolours

Steppe eagle juv. head study,Staedtler fineliner & Gelly Roll Basic white pen on toned paper

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