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birds

  1. Will Thompson

    My new duck pond!

  2. Don Ferguson Jr.

    More Backyard Snow Birds

    Some more. Black bird is a Grackle. Don
  3. Don Ferguson Jr.

    Backyard Snow Birds

    Backyard birds in snow, Upstate SC. Hawk is Red- Shouldered. Don
  4. Jim Olson

    Shots from the front yard of my in-law's house

    I always take my camera when we go over to my in-law's and they have a bunch of birds flying around all the time. Lots of geese, ducks, hawks, and sometimes an eagle or two but the hmmingbirds are always great. And a black capped chickadee
  5. Paul Iddon

    Brockholes (Lancashire Wildlife Trust, England). (Picture heavy).

    A day out at the nearest nature reserve, Brockholes (Lancashire Wetlands Trust). Some of these pics came out OK, but some due to distances and camera shake fared a little less well... Tufted duck Heron Sedge Warbler (Large cropped) Blackcap Great tits Reed bunting Male roe deer...
  6. Robert Watcher

    Spring is for the birds

    After dropping Anne off at her mother’s house to help her out, I decided to drive out the side road to see what was happening in a boggy area with a river and old dead trees. I couldn’t get close to anything, so had my longest lens (600mm equiv) shooting from the car window. It took about 1/2...
  7. James Lemon

    Tired of Being A Bird

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    wildlife in the COVID era

    In December I was exposed to the virus and a few days later developed mild symptoms (which stayed mild and were very brief) so I self-quarantined for a couple of weeks; this presented me with a challenge, how much wildlife photography can I do in my yard? I have a semi-permanent blind near the...
  9. Tim Rucci

    Red Shoulder Hawk

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    Nuttall's Woodpecker

    A pair of Nuttall's Woodpeckers have excavated a nest cavity. the Acorn Woodpecker tried to evict Ms. Nuttall's Mr. Nuttall's raised the alarm & a scuffle ensued but the Nuttall's pair prevailed.
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    Western Bluebird

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    Japan birds

    A few photos from last month's visit to Japan (Honshu & Okinawa). All photos: Sony a7rIII, 100-400 GM
  13. P

    Orange-bellied Euphonia

    The description in a well known field guide begins with "no obvious orange on belly". This is the most common Euphonia at higher altitudes.
  14. D

    Pied-billed Grebe

    Fair Oaks California 29 December 2019
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    Ruby-crowned Kinglet

    IMBY, 25 December 2019
  16. Robert Watcher

    Pelican Takeoff

    Funday Munday in paradise - Bay of Fonseca, La Union, El Salvador
  17. D

    ducks!

    I've recently added a 600mm f/4 lens to my toybox toolbox. It's a beast and it attracts too much attention, but having said this I'll let the photos speak for themselves.
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    Multicolored Tanager

    Endemic to Colombia
  19. P

    Usual Suspect

    Male Red-headed Barbet
  20. P

    Plain Antvireo

    A male:
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