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Apr 04, 2020 05:27 |  #57826

White Throat Dipper, If it wasn't for the white throat he would of been hard to find. 1153 to do.


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Apr 04, 2020 05:29 |  #57827

Kingfisher regurgitating a pellet


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Apr 04, 2020 05:32 |  #57828

1151 to go. Male Cirl Bunting. Bored doing this already:cry: I'd rather be out and about! Don't know how I will get through weeks & weeks of this.


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Apr 04, 2020 05:35 |  #57829

BlueTraveler wrote in post #19039972 (external link)
Great Horned Owls...

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Wonderful capture, Mike!

S.R.M. wrote in post #19039989 (external link)
A couple of the colourful characters that regularly visit my deck :)

Blue-faced Honeyeater:

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Two beautiful captures Stephen.

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I believe this is a juvenile American Goldfinch. I named him Frankenbirdy!

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Harry...this is a yellow-rumped warbler. Very nicely done shots.

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Here's the Male and Female that built a nest in the new nesting box we set out.

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Very attractive bluebird shots, Harry...especially the one of the male.


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Apr 04, 2020 05:40 |  #57830

1150 to process, enough for today....


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Apr 04, 2020 05:45 |  #57831

PCousins wrote in post #19040178 (external link)
1150 to process, enough for today....


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Excellent shot, Paul. Very attractive.


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Apr 04, 2020 05:54 |  #57832

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19040179 (external link)
Excellent shot, Paul. Very attractive.

Thank you Mike, one of my favourite birds to photograph, always a challenge as they usually found in the most darkest areas of rivers.




  
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Apr 04, 2020 06:57 |  #57833

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Gentoo penguin, almost finished its moult.

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Apr 04, 2020 07:23 |  #57834

Sparrow Hawk (female) 1 Pigeon 0.

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It wasn't me guv, honest!

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I think I got away with that!

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Apr 04, 2020 07:49 |  #57835

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19040173 (external link)
Wonderful capture, Mike!

Two beautiful captures Stephen.

Harry...this is a yellow-rumped warbler. Very nicely done shots.

Very attractive bluebird shots, Harry...especially the one of the male.

Thank you Mike, I appreciate that. We've had a flock of American Goldfinches here for about a week now a he showed up about that same time. This was the first time I seen him alone. Thanks again.

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Apr 04, 2020 08:04 |  #57836

Female Blackbird


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Apr 04, 2020 09:04 |  #57837

A Wood duck hen stretching her wings.


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Apr 04, 2020 09:08 |  #57838

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This shot of the Indian Golden Orioe is very nicely done...very pretty bird!

Thanks a lot for your appreciation! Mike


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Apr 04, 2020 09:18 |  #57839

Chipping sparrows disappeared a week or two ago but I have had a few show up the past couple of days. Darker phase also.


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Apr 04, 2020 09:21 |  #57840

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