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Piia Kortsalo May 4
Counting migrating cranes in Faro, Yukon Territory!
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Kayla May 22
Black-throated-blue warbler --are often seen lower in trees/shrubs, I always find them in cedars, last week a large group of them moved through where I often walk on near home, this is the male
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Gerard Murray Mar 9
Some more pics of Red-Rumped Swallow Youghal, Co. Cork
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Nicolas Gonzalez🦉 Feb 4
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carole Apr 29
The Superstar Spanish Wagtail Posed briefly for Cameras @ Leasowe Lighthouse Sunday 28/4/19🤗
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Francois Portmann Apr 30
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Nature Man Mike May 16
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3 West Photography Apr 14
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Zineera Mar 27
Of course we’d interrupt a staff meeting to run to the window to see a Hooded Warbler. Typical day at work
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Greg Johnston Apr 18
Bird nerd alert, how birders get when new birds are around.
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Dennis Newsham Apr 16
A Long-eared Owl taking a rest in Prospect Park NYC today.
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FeatherWindStudio Apr 15
Winter Wrens are on the move. Look for these tiny in woods and wetlands around downed logs looking for tasty morels. They almost always have that tail cocked way up. Such a cute bird!
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Ostdrossel May 7
This Oriole was not interested in the orange and went to town with the grape jelly. Sharing? Nope 😆
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Caribou Patrol May 9
Caribou continues across . PC Connie Kerik Holloway
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carole May 6
Few snaps of a super weekend birding, Brill close views of Whinchat & Wheatear Burton Marsh, Common Whitethroat all over !!
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pat-patricia-trish🌸 Mar 18
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Nature Man Mike May 8
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Kimberly Mackowski May 10
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Michelle Talich Apr 28
Greenwood Cemetery Blue Grosbeak is now on Fir Ave between Gladiolus Path and Vine Ave
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Dennis Newsham Apr 16
A Yellow-throated Warbler flying and eating in Prospect Park today.
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