ROADRUNNER HITTING THE WALL IS BIRD PHOTO OF THE YEAR
Photography week|September 09, 2021
Striking image highlights the effects of man-made structures on wildlife

A photo of a roadrunner apparently stopped in its tracks by the border wall between the US and Mexico has won Bird Photographer of the Year 2021.

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