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Imogen Haig May 22
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Rakshith bangera May 21
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Judy@Ringe 11h
This little guy let's me within a couple feet of him before he gets skittish. He's very fluffy and has a strange beak. My husband thinks his beak is deformed. He's bigger than a finch. What is he??
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Travis Parker 🗣🧠🌞 May 18
Was it cussing us out or was it complaining about the warm weather 😂😂 .
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Juliet507® May 20
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OhioPetSanctuary.com May 17
Meet the king of — Rex!
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Elaine Cruse Artist May 15
A watercolour study of a Barn Owl in preparation for an oil painting. I'd like to say a special thank you to my talented artist friend and fellow lover of nature Ruth for the photos of this gorgeous owl
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Maria Behlert May 21
A cardinal on top of a fire tree.
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Jackson May 14
Perfect example of hope and everything will be better 🤗😍🤗
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ACT Wildlife 10h
Superb Fairy Wren print
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AlexDeMelas May 18
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ArunkumarJammu 🇮🇳 May 15
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Overberg Crane Group May 21
Think you've got what it takes to spot the most bird species? So far Keir Lynch has spotted 239 species in the 2019 150km Challenge. Take up the challenge, & help conservation! Download & join!
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Parrot's Fine Cuisine Cookbook & Nutritional Guide May 18
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emily tull 19h
only 4 of this card design left - being retired! only available to buy here:
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Pure Venatic // Yana Robertson May 22
We have a debate going. Eastern Bluebird far from home or Western Bluebird moving in? You tell me.🐥 ....................................................... …
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Ostdrossel 9h
Grackle faces on a rainy day. These babies need to be fed, and they find the fattest grubs for them along with the nuts and seeds.
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TORC the CAT May 20
The take-home message for people who feed backyard remains the same: keep the feeders clean. If you see sick birds, leave them alone, take down the feeders and clean them, and be sure to wash your hands thoroughly afterward.
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birbz May 18
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Ramesh 9h
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