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Fr. Paul Kammen 20h
A broad winged hawk along a forest road about 45 minutes northwest of Two Harbors, Minnesota.
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Tushar Dixit Jul 30
Not so colourful, but absolutely powerful! Montague’s Harrier Juv. It’s a master hunter like all harriers and was resting here after a hard days work, in fact dozed off couple of times too! Seeing it with a setting sun was a memorable experience.
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Chris Walker Aug 6
Chestnut teal male reflecting late this afternoon in the little creek which borders Henry Ziegenfusz Park - in Cleveland.
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Harry Foster Jul 31
Sammy wishes everyone a safe and fun filled weekend.πŸ™‚
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Bere Island Nature Aug 5
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Tim Henderson Aug 1
Barking Owl enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon
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MarDays Jul 30
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BirdWatchingMagazine Aug 4
Photo of the day: Pamela Leitma spotted these three Cooper's Hawks at a birdbath in her backyard.
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Heath Milne Jul 30
Male Orange Chat from north-west New South Wales.
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Serena Vachon - Photography Aug 5
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Dakota Birder Aug 1
Evidently I had a pretty good week of birding in mid April of 2018. Perhaps I should have processed those photos before now. Finding lots of goodies. Here's a Redhead drake.
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Mark Smith Photography Aug 5
Surprise!!!! Osprey dove before sunrise!!! Holy crap! That was epic! . I need a Sony a7slll like yesterday!!!
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Bhutan Bird Finder (Birding in Bhutan) Aug 4
The Rufous-chinned Laughingthrush (Garrulax rufogularis) in the cool broadleaved forest.
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New Zealand wildlife pics Aug 4
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field archive Jul 29
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Brian Wagner Aug 4
A gorgeous hawk soaring overhead in the clear blue summer sky.
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New Zealand wildlife pics Aug 6
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Carole πŸ¦πŸ¦‹πŸ¦ŠπŸ“·πŸ±πŸŒ»πŸŽ¨ 17h
Morning all🌀😎 2 shots of a mother with her duckling and 2 more ducklings. Awww!! Hope you all have a fab Friday!! ❀
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Tushar Dixit Jul 31
Black-tailed Godwit. My favourite family of birds is waders. The functional adaptations they have to hunt from mid flats to deep waters is amazing. These Godwit visit us during winters and specialise foraging in shallow waters with that specialised beak.
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Minhazur Rahman Aug 1
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