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Alan Vaughan Nov 19
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Alan Vaughan Nov 18
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Regents Park Birds 21h
Well I chose to stick with the one option when I heard the Kingfisher in area 3 late morning, which proved to be the right choice.
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Alan Vaughan Nov 18
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Bailey's Birds 🇺🇸 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇨🇮 Nov 19
Ring-billed gull hovering over shallow water looking for a snack. I was ready for a dive-and-pluck, but no luck (hey that rhymes!) 😃 ©Jim Bailey/Bailey's Birds
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Alan Vaughan Nov 22
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Regents Park Birds Nov 21
A quick preen to keep her feathers in tip top condition. #
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Regents Park Birds Nov 19
Finally! the Kingfisher flew in landing on a favourite post before diving down and coming up with a small Perch. They aren't the easiest of fish to Swallow and took it to another post out of my sight.
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Alan Vaughan 3h
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Katherine L. Unmuth Nov 20
An egret at sunset at the spillway at White Rock Lake in Dallas, Texas. Some lovely fall 🍁 colors are reflected in the water! 📸 🐦
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Regents Park Birds Nov 19
The image of yesterday's Water Rail are a bit shaky then again holding my camera and heavy lens isn't the easiest but you can tell what it is.
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Regents Park Birds Nov 18
There was only 1 juvenile Moorhen present when I was there. Most of the time it ignored the , occasionally it made a half hearted attempt at chasing the Rail. I think it was also slightly worried that there was no back up from his family.
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Cumbrian Images Nov 20
View of Brotherswater in the Hartsop Valley, , taken from the path below Stony Rigg en route to Angle Tarn earlier this year.
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Regents Park Birds Nov 18
I managed to get over to the Rail Ditch before the sun spent more time behind the clouds than out of it. Not that the Water Rail seemed to like the sun as it spent more time on the shady side of the pool.
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Regents Park Birds Nov 20
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Regents Park Birds 21h
Other birds and mammals seen on my morning walk, 2 Cetti's, 1st winter drake Wigeon, the fem Pochard with the green nasal saddle ring & 6 Redwings. I am not a rat lover but in a natural surrounding they are okay, the squirrels just looked cute.
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Regents Park Birds Nov 20
I made a brief visit to the Rail Ditch after reports that the Water Rail had been showing well earlier. When I arrived this little mammal was feeding on floating grains of wheat that had been put down for the Rail & ducks earlier.
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Katherine L. Unmuth Nov 25
An American Coot swims in a creek off White Rock Lake in Dallas at sunset, with fall colors reflecting onto the water. 📸
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Stephen Warner Nov 18
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Katherine L. Unmuth Nov 20
An egret at sunset 🌅 at the White Rock Lake spillway in Dallas with a filter (left) and without (at right).
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