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Sandy B. Harper
birder following seabird/ocean/cetacean intel & avi🕊photog accounts~’And over all of these sweet and precious places, there soar birds'~S.Weidensaul
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Birding Student Sep 14
Never thought I'd be wanting a wider angle lens for bird photography !
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Robert Macfarlane Sep 17
Word of the day: "cusp" - a point where two curves meet; a threshold; a place or time of transition. To be "on the cusp" of something is to be on the brink of a shift of state (from the Latin "cuspis", point).
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Voice of the Orcas 21h
Voice of the Orcas: Reactions to Orca J-50's Untimely Death -- related to a lack of food and 4 deadbeat dams on the Snake River cc
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @CryptoNature
Mind blown. I’ll sit with this beauty of a perspective for some time⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️so happy to have found your account😊
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Comments here are worthy of a scroll
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
😂
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The CryptoNaturalist Sep 14
Many migrating birds navigate by the stars. Think of it. Ancestors of dinosaurs finding their way across the planet with the help of million-year-old light from across the abyss of space. Think of the vastness of that one magnificent fact contained within the body of a songbird.
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ABC News Sep 15
Whale watchers squeal with delight as three surfacing humpbacks leap out of the water almost simultaneously right next to their boat in rare triple breach.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @IdahoLark
Damn! I feel your pain. Epic shot.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @IvorybilIed
You're welcome Youday! Love the ginger crest. 😄
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @IncNaturalist
Yes! The photo is incredibly beautiful. Always a treat to see those gorget feathers (and all of the rest!) in such detail.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @IncNaturalist @SFBGS
Fair to say! Not the sharing type at all. But the Rufous deserves first place for ferocity imo.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @IvorybilIed
Terrific photo! Awesome light.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @TheIneptBirder
Child-Free. I meant Child-free.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @TheIneptBirder
I admire them. I’m a single mom and three of my closest friends are childless, they are happy with their choice & lead dynamic, creatively full lives. Shaming is missing the point entirely. Sad that it happens, but I know it does.
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Audubon Society Sep 17
Watch how this new tool predicts migration patterns throughout the year, potentially saving thousands of birds from deadly collisions.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 17
Replying to @peargrin
Easily. Beauty of a bird and shot!!
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Ruth H. Hopkins Sep 16
I don’t wanna live in a world where there’s no salmon or buffalo.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 16
Replying to @Vej_Gee @HHMinimalist
Oh no! Too painful to imagine.
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Sandy B. Harper Sep 16
Replying to @EffinBirds
😂
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