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Ara β₯ Jun 16
~I eat it ... or I don't eat it. πŸ€” That is the question. πŸ˜„πŸ™ƒ
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 23
When I saw this Carolina Wren, he was carrying nesting material, singing, hopping around, cocking his head, and rapidly flicking his tail. I think he was looking for his lifemate, and with that audition, you can bet he found her.
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 15
This Osprey is on his way back to the nest after a successful hunt. He will stop along the way to tear off the head, making sure the fish can't thrash around and knock the eggs or chicks out of the nest.
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Jun 21
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Karen Jun 19
A hoopoe finds a shady spot for lunch. Taken in Portugal.
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Jun 21
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 20
Sometimes we experience a memorable moment, like the split second before this Great Egret landed in the top of a tree. It seemed so light and elegant, magical. I can recall the experience clearly, and it makes me want to get back out there.
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norm cline Jun 23
Roadside musician.
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Jim Pottkotter Jun 22
The Snowy Egret is beautiful in any pose, but in breeding plumage, in bright sunlight, they command a second and even third look.
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klasskat Jun 19
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David Starzynski 42m
When I sit in the backyard the birds whisper about my lack of wings.
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field archive Jun 20
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Maranda Mink Jun 22
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Pierre Botte Jun 20
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Tara Okon Jun 20
It's been a while but here's a new piece: Gwennol Ddu for One of my favourite birds :-)
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Tim Davis Jun 23
Tree swallow at Magnuson Park in Seattle.
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Nila Sweeney Jun 17
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Martha Rojas Urrego 21m
Great day for the of as the Lakes of Tarapoto Wetlands Complex are added to list of of International Importance. Site is essential for & 22 indigenous communities providing food, flood control, transportation & tourism.
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Anil Arora 33m
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