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Serena Vachon - Photography Aug 12
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Somerset Girl (Chris) 16h
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NCL Photography Aug 12
Male House Sparrow and his hungry fledgling.
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Kerry Vickers 15h
Kereru also known as New Zealand Pigeons at Stewart Island, New Zealand... almost twice the weight of domestic pigeons yet capable of wonderful flight displays... photos from the archive
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Lorraine Willis Aug 12
This little looks like it’s eaten a tennis ball!
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Jerome E. Foster Photography 14m
The brave in . One of the few warblers I've seen that isn't afraid of a little attention!
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Mali 12h
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NCL Photography Aug 12
Fluffed up male House Finch. He seemed smaller and braver than most House Finches. Based off that, I think he may be a fairly young male.
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Dr Trish Nicholson 14m
No apologies for more herons, this time, on the wing :) Their huge wingspan helps them lift and carry large fish.....and helps us lift our mood to carry us into the weekend.
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Damilice Photography Aug 13
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Danny Gibson 14h
Adult and juvenile wrens, it's been a good year for our noisy little friends
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Tom Farrell Aug 8
Carolina Wren at the Archibald area near . Heralds of the woods. They perform their duties loudly, spreading the news of your arrival for all to hear.
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Denise Beale Aug 11
Crimson Rosella in the blossom. Through the glass this morning
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Jeanny TSY 16h
Weekend fun 💗😍🐦 🎥 vinceewolfe
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Betty Cracker 🐊 8h
Itchy and scratchy!
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♻️Hedge Buddies - Wild Bird Food♻️🐦🦔🐿️ 1h
On The Washing Line is just one of the lovely Pebble pictures you can find on the Hedge Buddies site. Great for any or to gift to another person.
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Rex Aug 12
Pygmy Falcon. The smallest raptor on the continent
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One World Street & Art Aug 10
... one way or another... we'll try to fly, I think. Art by Snik in Aberdeen, Scotland
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Gene Brown Aug 11
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Crawford Roberts Aug 13
Before it could be taken down, someone else retrieved the neighbor’s bird feeder.
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