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Simon Wills Jul 7
I always think that recently fledged house sparrows look a little grumpy.
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Serena Vachon - Photography Jul 7
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Serena Vachon - Photography Jul 11
A moment. That's what photography is to me. Each one a moment.
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Carol Gordon Jul 14
American Goldfinch strikes a pose in a treetop. Despite his small size he appears to believe that he is king of the birds.
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Anne Scottlin Jul 13
Small beating hearts. Life in common. Beautiful. ~
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Jim Pottkotter 19h
I seem to struggle with the Cedar Waxwing. I see very few, and while they are beautiful birds, their feathers are tiny and compact. It has been challenging to get any feather detail, so one of my goals is to get even closer next time.
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norm cline Jul 6
Indigo ran all of the goldfinches away. Now guarding feeder @ Beall Woods today.
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Jim Pottkotter Jul 8
To continue the story of new life, this male Yellow Warbler had a mouth full of treats for his chicks but was still looking for more. I love how birds can continue to catch insects and caterpillars for their family when they already have a beak full.
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Tom Farrell Jul 12
Thanks for all the faves, retweets, conversation, and your cool posts. Red-bellied Woodpecker (female) with some bugs for her brood at Antietam Meadow Park in Waynesboro, PA. (Her nesting hole in the lower left.)
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Ripley Jul 7
So I got one of those RSPB bird baths and stuck it in the front garden as a lot of house sparrows live in the hedge across the street. Shooting through the front window today I witnessed the grand opening of the local pool 😂
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Jim Pottkotter Jul 9
After working so hard to feed the chicks, the Yellow Warbler took a few minutes off to catch up on grooming. Here are a few seconds of that routine.
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Skylark 16h
A Little Time Out... with the and on 🦋🐝🐦 💜💜💜
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Frank Bos Jul 8
Steenuil, Little Owl,
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Simon Wills Jul 9
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