When osprey fish, they soar above the water until they spot their prey. Then they dive talons-first into the water, often submerging themselves completely.
After making a catch, osprey will adjust their grasp on the fish so that it faces forward. This aligns the fish with their direction of movement to make flying away more efficient.
Tiny, Andean Condor (Photo by James Wolfisz)
If this bird is actually named Tiny I am fucking delighted.
Reconstruction of the landscape, 2012
Diana Beltran Herrera’s paper bird sculptures introduced into natural environments, photography by Victoria Holguin