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jhonny Oct 2
Stunning views and sound from at least 1 around The Loch by second cut.
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BirdNote 7 Apr 17
There’s no sound along a stream or waterway quite like the call of a .
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jhonny Aug 22
Turtle Pond with a possible couple around 1/2 hour ago
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Randalls Island Park 1m
Meet the ! Our natural areas team will be searching our natural areas, and spotting birds like this one today, for the 's Christmas Bird Count!
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Cynthia Greene Tobin Dec 28
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Steve Richards 10 Jul 16
Fond memories of running down this slope 01/04/05
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Susan Kirby Mar 30
A at sunset at Mt. Loretto on Staten Island. A fire near the park (I heard in the forest nearby) produced a lot of smoke, thus I got this dramatic red background. Thousands of gannets today seen from the beach.
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Cri πŸ•ŠπŸπŸœ 24 Sep 15
Meanwhile, across the river: Mr. holds his tree by showing how impressively large he is!
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subtraho Jan 7
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G H Holt Photography Aug 26
Early morning at Cane Creek Park. This Belted Kingfisher brings my species list up to 42.
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jhonny 31 Jul 18
Beautiful female early this morning at JBWR
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Cri πŸ•ŠπŸπŸœ 13 Sep 15
Naturally Ms. poses perfect with prey (crayfish) when I'm across yard w/ 100mm ubercrop
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Bird Nerd 14 Jun 15
That moment when a female doesn't see you and lands 8ft away!!!
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Karen Silvestri Jan 25
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Eye on the Area 30 Sep 17
SKILLFUL LITTLE GUY! – Swimming and fishing at the same time! Submitted by Robert Barnes.
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jhonny 20 Aug 18
One of the two females currently at Turtle Pond
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lee craig 10 Jan 15
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Tim Akimoff Nov 22
Well, well, well, look who showed up in the wetlands today. I’d recognize that big head anywhere. I just usually see it at fish hatcheries or flying in front of my drift boat when I’m floating the Nestucca.
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Elizabeth Caffey Apr 24
I was so excited to see a belted kingfisher after years of looking- maybe it is because they are harder to find? Or it is just me that took 4 years of looking.
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Cri πŸ•ŠπŸπŸœ 9 Jan 16
...and the second your camera goes "Click" on a (at 7fps you get 2 shots prior lol)
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