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IN FLIGHT MEAL

This is the amazing moment two white-tailed kites take an in-flight meal - exchanging prey at 100 foot high in mid air. The birds are seen exchanging a vole from beak to beak as they work as a team to fill their nest with food. The two-year-old male, having scooped the prey from the ground below, passes it over to a female so he can hunt again for another target. He glides at around 15mph to allow the female to position herself from the rear, turn herself upside down and grasp on the prey before she heads back to their nesting to feast on the fresh catch. White tailed kites in this part of the US hunt mainly voles and mice with each exchange usually taking under two secondsCalifornian-based photographer Phoo Chan, 48, waited four hours for the shot and explained just how rare it was to witness the swap

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