Gabor Baross from Hungary took this photograph of a Eurasian Spoonbill at Hortobágy Nationwide Park.
“This picture was taken on my second photographic session at this small pond,” Baross stated.
“On my first go to there had been loads of birds and plenty of potentialities to take motion pictures.
“Nevertheless, now the silence was my associate.
“All I had seen was a lone Gray Heron (Ardea cinerea) that attacked each chicken that approached the pond.
“Nevertheless, within the afternoon the state of affairs had improved and a bunch of Eurasian Spoonbills landed not far-off from me.
“It was instantly noticeable that there was an aggressor amongst them, a chicken that had very sturdy territorial instincts.
“I targeted my consideration and digicam on this chicken. Within the overwhelming majority of circumstances, the opposite spoonbills selected to keep away from confrontation.
“Nevertheless, in a single occasion there was a chicken that turned to face the aggressor and a minute of unbridled preventing started.
“The extent of aggression the birds displayed was far past my creativeness.
“I felt like they had been preventing for his or her lives, as they pressed one another’s heads underneath the water or simply grabbed one another’s legs and didn’t let their rival fly away.
“Through the fight they had been getting nearer and nearer to me, so by the point this image was taken they fully stuffed the body.”