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Sawyer Reifsnyder Jul 20
Recently saw a hooded warbler. Warblers are beautiful.
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shim Jul 18
Narcissus Flycatcher :I encounter this bird well this year (I just can't just be glad)
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Tim Hoffman Jul 19
The fabulous Red-breasted Merganser (breeding male) We found him alone at the Ruth Oliva Preserve in East Marion, Eastern Long Island
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Mundo Azul International Jul 18
Blackish oystercatcher (Haematopus ater) in Peru: Birds, Birding & Conservation
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Aurora Gonzalo Tarodo Jul 18
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Nick Upton Jul 13
Sometimes birders complain that British birds are not colourful like tropical species; they obviously have never seen a European Goldfinch
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Andrew Walker Jul 20
Here’s a photo of my juvenile Harpy Eagle from this week. Absolute belter of a bird showing insanely well in Ecuador! come and look for it in 2020:
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Marga 10h
in Port Aransas. So much to see!
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Krysten Newby Jul 14
Black & white warbler. I’ve been wanting to paint one ever since I saw one in Vermont 😍
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Susan Doss Jul 18
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Regents Park Birds Jul 18
Today the light was really poor and even though I was quite close to these terns I couldn't get in a good position to take full advantage.
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Northland Nature Nest Jul 17
If you've seen a recent decline in birds at your feeders, you aren't alone. Don't fret! They may just be taking advantage of the current abundance of natural food sources.
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Jim Jul 18
Yellow Wagtail this evening
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Yes, Nicola Dinicola is my real name Jul 20
My friend is on vacay in BC and she is texting me pictures of birds to ID even though I insist I’m very amateur and best at the prairie birds. I think I got this one though; I’m saying a fledgling Alder Flycatcher. Very cute!
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Tess 19h
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John Williams Jul 17
I was unbelievably lucky to be invited along to a couple of local nest sites at the weekend,what a absolute treat it was to see our local licenced bird ringer Ian Hopkins ring these cute little Sparrowhawk chicks 😁 Isle of Bute
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shim Jul 18
Russet Sparrow(female and male) : It's seen more than Tree Sparrow in
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Focalpoint Optics Ltd Jul 18
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Michael Stribling Jul 18
Replying to @voltattoo
I haven't given enough credit to hummingbird tail feathers.. they kick'em out and redirect on a dime, its definitely not all wings. Here they came around the feeder using them right before going near vertical. Shutter @ 1000th.
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Paul Cunniffe 17h
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