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Lee Ellis May 16
Sooooo far behind processing photos! This is a killdeer family, 4 babies and the mom and dad. The babies hid under one of the parents.
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John Williams May 16
Really chuffed to spot this Pomarine Skua off the coast of the island today,a lifer for myself and a first record of the bird for the Isle of Bute 😁
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Kenn Kaufman May 16
Yesterday's office: Magee Marsh, Ohio, aka The Warbler Capital of the World, known for stellar views of warblers like this N Parula. just wrapped their 10th annual in American Birding. I've had the honor of giving keynotes all 10 years.
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Lotus Winnie Lee May 15
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LesleyTheBirdNerd 15h
Hand feeding a few birbs 🐦❤️🥰 My thumb made for a perfect perch 😄
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Ceci Zeng 1h
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John Williams May 17
Osprey,Mute Swan cygnet and Song Thrush...4 photos from tonights walk home from work...Isle of Bute
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michael May 16
Can't be many birder's outthere who've had a Kingfisher on the rooftop 😁😁😳
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Dave Craven 38m
The Serin eventually gave itself up for longer than 2 seconds in Easington this afternoon
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Safety Bob Synnett 3h
I have a winner in the naming of my everyday visiting Woodpecker, "Bonnet Rouge". Affectionately, his nickname will be Bo! (And as I write this Bo has stopped in for yet another visit... Bo knows!) Have a great & safe holiday... God bless you'all
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Safety Bob Synnett 4h
He's now a frequent (every day) visitor to my kitchen window feeder... A real & true frequent flyer... I'm going to have to give this feathered friend a name since he visits every day, any suggestions?
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G H Holt Photography May 16
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Youday May 17
Common Yellowthroat had second thoughts about landing so close to me for dinner. He promptly reversed course back across the field.
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Hannah K Miller May 23
This black-throated blue warbler watched us drink coffee on the back porch today
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Gail 20h
It's not very often you see a on the ground. I did today in my backwoods . They obviously love a rotted tree stump.
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Patrick Earith 6h
Great Reed Warbler at Wintersett Reservoir showing superbly well, just now 😃
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Roy Slaterus 7h
Cinereous Vulture with a Common Buzzard on its neck...
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Bharat Puspwan 3h
Rufous Belied woodpecker At the jungle of in .
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Backyard Birder 1h
Male Turkeys or "Toms" are in a breeding mindset in late April This Tom encountered in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge gives the classic pose and gobble-gobble-gobble call and displays a nice long "beard".
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Robin&Arlene Karpan 48m
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