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Youday May 22
Brown Bullhead selflessly performs tonsillectomy on Great Blue Heron
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Gail May 22
The miracle of life in my front house . While refueling mower I heard a lot of chatter. Ma & Pa nuthatch have a lot of feeding to do, eggs finally hatched.
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Carol Probets May 22
The Australasian Darter looks like it was designed by a caricaturist, but the snake-like neck and long pointed bill are perfect for underwater fishing. Photographed this week at Lake Pillans, Lithgow
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Gail May 24
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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Rakshith bangera 12h
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LesleyTheBirdNerd 20h
Hand feeding a few birbs 🐦❤️🥰 My thumb made for a perfect perch 😄
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Wirbelnden 20m
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OceanwideExpeditions 6h
This is how a black-browed albatross takes off for his flight. They can reach speeds of up to 110 km/h (68.35 mph) depending on the wind’s currents. Picture by Ruedi & Priska Abbühl.
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OceanwideExpeditions 4h
Here's why the cormorant "sea raven" was once used as a living fish hook
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Sarah Targaryen ❤️🌺 3h
Luci is looking out the window this morning.
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ali moo May 24
The dark clouds are gathering but this little guy is singing away. The swallows are going in and out of the barn more and more now. They are very busy chasing the magpies away too. Hopefully i will catch some fledglings appearing in the future.
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The Bald Birder 2h
No birding for over a week due to travel commitments so pleased to get back out today. Reasonable day at , highlights including 3 Cuckoos & a Cattle Egret. Good views of Marsh, Reed & Sedge Warblers,Cetti's stayed hidden.
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Sam 4h
I love Oriental magpie-robins. They are curious and generally not too fearful of us, allowing close observation. Here is a male, insect hunting. They have an interesting repeating wing motion when searching for prey - I guess it helps disturb the insects.
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Tschaipi 10h
Stumbled upon this elusive beauty and its chicks in while in the urban wetlands
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Jesse Waggoner May 24
Baby mockingbirds are out of the nest and still hungry
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Tweets from a Birdhouse May 24
Thanks for visiting the auto tweeting birdhouse.
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Ajmer Singh 11h
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PeriMenoPost May 23
Hello little one 🐦🐦 Playing peekaboo, yesterday and today 😊🌟
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Carole Holliday 2h
Are you on the verge of giving up? A little birdie encouraged me and maybe he will you too. (Link to Fish Out of Water )
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Team Business 1h
Happy everyone! We are watching the rain, and hoping it brings out the worms for some good later!
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