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Mαyα L. Allen #BlackBotanistsWeek May 31
Day 1 of is . As a black plant systematist, I’ve traveled throughout the southwest in search of the shrub . These experiences deepened my connection with and gave me the opportunity to explore, learn, and grow as a person. 1/13
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Angela Mayfield Jun 1
It’s , and I am here to be an amplifier, so allow me to remind you that Big Boi is a birder, and also the very skilled and conscientious caretaker of three legally kept owls, whom he adores. They are Simon, Houdini, and Hootie.
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Jesse Jun 1
Mornin! It’s day 2 of and we’ve got vultures! River flooding = lotsa dead fish for nature’s cleanup crew
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Angelique Armstrong Jun 3
An early Photowalk selfie (pre-Bucket Hat & Big Lens), and 3 new species for my 2020 list; Magnolia Warbler, Common Yellow-throat, and Eastern Wood-Pewee. Getting better at snagging the warblers!
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Al_Troutman May 31
Today starts the first of follow the hash tag as we celebrate Black Nature lovers across the globe, if you’re Black post your pics, the rest of y’all enjoy them, share them, and let’s all celebrate
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Jari L. Javier Jun 1
Day 2 Tho I cant access most of my bird pics rn, I did find some taken through scopes/binos on an iPhone 4S a couple years ago (bear with me😅). My faves are an , a over a nest, and a blurry eating fruit
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Vuyisile Thabethe Jun 3
Today I choose this beautiful White-fronted Bee-eater. As the name suggests, they predominantly eat flying insects, especially honey bees. In my language we call it iNkotha (insect eater) or uSwenka (colourful clothing)
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Vuyisile Thabethe Jun 4
For day 5 of I choose this striking water bird, Pied Kingfisher (iNhlabanhlabane in isiZulu) Widely distributed across Africa and Asia. The first two photos were taken in South Africa while the other two were captured in Uganda.
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Angelique Armstrong Jun 1
Day 2. Can I only post 1 bird? Investing in a long lens in 2019 upped my birding excursions exponentially. Still very much an amateur birder, I love finding beauty and balance in nature and sharing what I see!
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Shadia Hashim Jun 5
My passion for birding was already awakened in my childhood when I watched cranes and buzzards on an island in the Baltic Sea.
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Isiah Jun 5
Hey friends! It’s ! Since this Friday lines up with I’ve decided to share the video of my first fossil find! I think you’ll find it relates quite well to our feathered friends as we celebrate this week! Ps Please bare with shaky 16 year old me 😂!
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#BlackinNano❄️ Jun 1
Here’s a photo of this Loggerhead Shrike pair ✨ Fun fact: Many mistake Shrikes with Northern Mockingbirds, but the difference is shrikes have a distinct black band around their eyes like a burglar mask. NMs do not. for
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Advanced Facility for Avian Research (WesternU) Jun 1
In honour of the first , we'll be retweeting and amplifying the voices of black birders, graduate students, and scientists all week.
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CRASH Jun 1
Today's theme for is the challenge. This is a lappet-faced vulture. Vultures are underappreciated birds that are incredibly important to the ecosystem. They help to remove vectors for disease. What fun bird facts do you know? Share them
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Vuyisile Thabethe Jun 5
Last day of already! So grateful to be a part of this awesome community. Many thanks to for an amazing initiative. Check out these singing Western Cattle Egret (iLandankomo in isiZulu) taken in South Africa. Birds are beautiful
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Jasmine Childress Jun 3
I moved from IN to FL for college. After settling in, my mom’s departing gift to me was a new bird guide. Today I honor the woman who who provided everything for me before she provided for herself. Thanks to her, I am . Thank you, MommaBird
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Jacqueline L. Scott, Black Outdoors Jun 2
Honest answer? Deep fried, with sweet potato fries on the side!
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Al_Troutman May 31
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Sandra B. Jun 1
Beautiful Roseate Spoonbill, Jacksonville Fla. Did you know... The Roseate Spoonbill is also the only spoonbill species found in the Americas. .do you know how many species of spoonbills there are ? challenge
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Robera Negussie Jun 3
💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚 📸 : African Emerald Cuckoo 🗺️ : Sub Saharan Africa from Gambia and S Senegal to South Sudan , Ethiopia and Eritrea , S to N Angola .
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