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Des Howley 20h
A Brahminy Kite at Horseshoe bay Magnetic Island .
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Dσυɠʅαʂ Dιҽʅʅҽ Aug 1
Just spotted a not too inconspicuous Tawny Frogmouth having a siesta at my local bushland 🧐
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Dakota Birder Jul 27
July 27th and I have yet totry to photograph the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in our yard. These are all from our yard, visiting our hostas or honeysuckles. In a month the males will be disappearing, with females and young disapppearing shortly thereafter.
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AlpineBirding Aug 2
Chinese White-browed Rosefinch(Carpodacus dubius ) Largish robust rosefinch. Male has a pink crown with long pale pink supercilium becoming diagnostically white posteriorly.
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Dakota Birder Jul 28
Swainson's Hawk. I'll pretend this photo is new, but given my work right now and the fact I can't get out, that's a slight exaggeration. But I am finding time tonight to finally process photos from April 15th, 2017.
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Rex Jul 29
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Dakota Birder Jul 31
Broad-tailed Hummingbird...has an itch. Either that or he's flipping me off. Hard to tell with a bird with four digits.
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Brydon Thomason 19h
A golden hour Red-necked Phalarope from earlier the summer. One of the UK’s rarest breeding birds, the majority of our birds will already be on their way to wintering quarters, some traveling as far as the Pacific Ocean!
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Dakota Birder Aug 2
Never know what you might see when you go out. Right after sunrise this morning, a Yellow-billed Cuckoo that popped up on a branch and just sat there enjoying the morning sun. Only the 3rd time photographing the species in 20+ years.
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Dakota Birder Aug 1
Learning to keep my ears open in our back yard for the subtle calls of Cedar Waxwings. One of my fave yard visitors, but so unpredictable. Could show up any day, any time of the year, and then not be seen for many months after.
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Francis Canto Aug 1
My biggest photographic achievement to date. 14 of my photos are now the definitive for my beautiful country of . They'll be in circulation for the next five years. I hoping these stamps can help to raise awareness for !
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Rofeeq.Birdinghimalayas Aug 2
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Rex Aug 1
This little firefinch offered to model for me in exchange for some chicken feed. Supper cute feeding time!!!
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John Williams Jul 31
Stonechat,Stonechat juvenile,House Sparrow juvenile and Scotch Argus from a really nice walk over Scoulag Moor during this mornings heatwave 🙄😊 Isle of Bute
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Dakota Birder Aug 1
Evidently I had a pretty good week of birding in mid April of 2018. Perhaps I should have processed those photos before now. Finding lots of goodies. Here's a Redhead drake.
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field archive Jul 29
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Sudeep Garg Aug 2
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Dakota Birder Jul 31
Loggerhead Shrike, something I don't see around eastern South Dakota much, but I do see out in the middle part of the state.
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Chris Walker Jul 29
Sulphur-crested cockatoo being 'moved on' by an officious Noisy miner - at Capalaba Regional Park yesterday.
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Vijay Simha 8m
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