I like the challenge of catching flight of things flying. Here are some examples.
A dragonfly in flight
White birds and Egrets in particular are difficult to photograph. Often the detail is lost because of overexposure. I've used 2 strategies: 1) use spot metering which decreases the overall exposure and when using aperture mode, increases the shutter speed - that helps with freezing motion; 2) use EV = -1 with metering that covers the entire field of view. For focus, I use Group focus, a wonderful feature of the Nikon D500.
A great blue heron bring food to her chicks
White egret from below
Another view of the white egret.
A green heron departing from a limb
Green heron in flight
Osprey hunting for lunch
I think this is a hawk
A dragonfly emerging from the nymph stage
Little Blue Heron