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Kitty Cat Chronicles 12 Jun 17
We're on Baby Bird Watch - expecting babies sometime next week :)
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G H Holt Photography 28 Nov 18
I think this Carolina Wren has been making too many trips to the suet feeder!
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G H Holt Photography Feb 23
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G H Holt Photography Feb 1
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Bird Library 15 Sep 16
Wren was the last time this guy stopped by? It's been a while. Nice to see you
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BirdNote 31 Aug 17
Severe storms take their toll, but most populations of birds are resilient and spring back.
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March Wharf 9 May 18
approaching Salters Lode Lock on the tidal
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Terry Davis 18 Aug 18
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Rachel Morrison 25 Aug 17
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P Messner 28 Mar 17
Replying to @reiseyatra
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Bird Library 24 Oct 16
"oooooo, the restricted section."
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Mali 11 Apr 15
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πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸŽ£ Red πŸ“·πŸ”¬ Jun 30
Crap phone pic thru dirty glass, but look @ this chick sunbathing like a piece of roadkill. XD
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Dezel Quillen Oct 20
Carolina Wren: the John Arch of the songbird world (in other words, awesome vocal range). Glad to have these song birds out back.
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Carol Creech Mar 4
One of the many visitors to the bird feeder - Carolina Wren. Ink and colored pencil.
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jhonny Aug 20
One of at least 3 loud at Hallett Nature Sanctuary
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Daniel Riddle Jul 18
A juvenile scratches as it awaits the next command from its parents, who are this young one all about feeding itself.
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G H Holt Photography 13 Nov 18
Rainy day in the backyard. Carolina Wren on the cylinder feeder – at Waxhaw, NC
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Anne 🧡 Nov 18
A small flock of Carolina wrens headed east to remind Dems in Aiken SC to vote December 10!
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eddie ledbetter 23 Jan 18
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