We were driving along the Stinkwater Road on the eastern side of the Etosha Pan during the afternoon of August 18, 2012, when Brad photographed this trio (two parents and a hungry juvenile) of White-backed Vultures, Gyps africanus. The white back is visible when the bird is flying. The eye is dark and flight feathers are dark. Temperatures were in the mid-90's on this clear day.

Model NIKON D7000
Orientation top, left side
X Resolution 1/300 inches
Y Resolution 1/300 inches
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Software ViewNX 2.0 W
Date/Time 2013:01:28 20:45:09
YCbCr Positioning Center of pixel array
Exposure Time 1/1000 sec
F-Number F6.3
Exposure Program Program normal
ISO Speed Ratings 250
Exif Version 2.30
Date/Time Original 2012:08:18 14:51:30
Date/Time Digitized 2012:08:18 14:51:30
Components Configuration YCbCr
Exposure Bias Value 0
Max Aperture Value F6.3
Metering Mode Spot
Light Source Unknown
Flash Unknown (16)
Focal Length 500.0 mm
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FlashPix Version 1.00
Color Space Undefined
Exif Image Width 2057 pixels
Exif Image Height 1543 pixels
Sensing Method One-chip color area sensor
File Source Digital Still Camera (DSC)
Scene Type Directly photographed image
CFA Pattern
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Thumbnail Offset 12456 bytes
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GPS Version ID 2 2 2 2
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