I have had my Oly OMD M-5 for a while now. I saw a beautiful hawk in a tree when I was out walking my dogs....I didn't do well photographing it. Once camera was fired up and ready to go (40-150 lens mounted), I got a shot in the tree. I had hurried....and didn't notice that there were nearer branches close to me. The lens focused on those. Scrap one photo of a beautiful bird in the tree. When I moved up the hawk took off. I got a shot, but it was from a distance. I tracked the hawk down. I had several chances. All were blurry. Low shutter speed. I feel like a rookie. Frankly years ago (Nikon F3+motor drive) i would have had much better results. Resolved...be better prepared. Resisting buying a 100-300 lens....no money. Resolved...manual focus...in future. Any suggestions? None of the images are good enough to show here. Need to allow for back lighting, and force the camera into shorter exposure times to reduce the impact of camera shake.