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Lee Ellis May 16
Sooooo far behind processing photos! This is a killdeer family, 4 babies and the mom and dad. The babies hid under one of the parents.
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John Williams May 16
Really chuffed to spot this Pomarine Skua off the coast of the island today,a lifer for myself and a first record of the bird for the Isle of Bute 😁
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Kenn Kaufman May 16
Yesterday's office: Magee Marsh, Ohio, aka The Warbler Capital of the World, known for stellar views of warblers like this N Parula. just wrapped their 10th annual in American Birding. I've had the honor of giving keynotes all 10 years.
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John Williams May 17
Osprey,Mute Swan cygnet and Song Thrush...4 photos from tonights walk home from work...Isle of Bute
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St. Cloud Comm Ed 1m
Hurry! Fewer than 5 spots remain in Thursday's May 23 Identification class Adult Enrichment at Quarryview Education Center!
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Nicholas Carter 10m
Another great trip last night. Highlight was American Avocets getting weird
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Maranda Mink May 15
Although The Northern Cardinal is very common, it is still such a beautiful bird.
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Youday May 17
Common Yellowthroat had second thoughts about landing so close to me for dinner. He promptly reversed course back across the field.
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michael May 16
Can't be many birder's outthere who've had a Kingfisher on the rooftop 😁😁😳
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Maranda Mink May 21
The Male Summer Tanager singing his favorite tune.
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David Moug May 20
A bird i imaged today from Oak Hammock marsh. A Tree Swallow (Tachycineta bicolor)
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Lotus Winnie Lee May 15
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DonaldPatrickLawson 12h
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Aseem Kothiala May 17
Brown-fronted Woodpecker (Leiopicus auriceps) feed on insects and their larvae |
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Susan Edington 8h
Squirrel proof. I don't think so
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Cindy Ahern 30m
My view this morning taking a woodland breeding bird survey.
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Warbler Boy 5h
The flooded beach at Ashbridge's Bay Park is starting to attract shorebirds. I saw this least sandpiper there on Sunday.
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Rare Bird Alert 19m
A Black-tailed Godwit has just been confirmed in Aleutian Islands, Alaska (CODE 3) Photo: Dan Bilderback
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Nicholas Carter May 21
Some successful shots from the mountains this weekend
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Newsroom at UTRGV 18h
The , a great place for , is also home to the least popular bird in the US, according to a paper in . A biology professor explains how the odds were stacked against it. Details:
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