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Jul 11, 2022 10:52 |  #16156

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Jul 11, 2022 11:31 |  #16157

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19403032 (external link)
Great looking shot of the Fox Sparrow, Ken!
I like to watch the TV series, "Most Dangerous Catch," and they're always showing scenes from Dutch Harbor.

Thanks Mike. It's an interesting place, although I gather it's not as pleasant in the winter.


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Jul 11, 2022 12:28 |  #16158

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Jul 11, 2022 12:30 |  #16159

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Jul 11, 2022 12:31 |  #16160

Black-crowned Night Heron in tree and on the wing


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Jul 11, 2022 13:44 |  #16161

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Jul 11, 2022 13:55 |  #16162


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Jul 11, 2022 14:22 |  #16163

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Same fellow, but on a walkabout.


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Jul 11, 2022 18:40 |  #16164

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19403052 (external link)
Great shot of this Glossy Ibis, sogs! Out my way, we have the White-faced Ibis. It's very similar looking to your Glossy Ibis

Thank you LD! Occasionally we get a White-Faced Ibis here but I've yet to see one.


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Jul 11, 2022 18:48 |  #16165

Tom in Arizona wrote in post #19403209 (external link)
Hi sogs...That's a winner in every respect.

Tom

Thank you Tom! I love it. They don't stay still for long. I was lucky even though I had a lot of patience following him in the viewfinder.


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Jul 11, 2022 19:03 |  #16166

Tom in Arizona wrote in post #19403208 (external link)
Really nice photograph. Soft, subtle colors, great pose and composition.

Tom


thanks man.


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Jul 11, 2022 21:47 |  #16167

sogs wrote in post #19403176 (external link)
Piping Plover, one day old. Wondering what it's all about.

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Love the perspective on this!


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Jul 11, 2022 22:16 |  #16168

realairlight wrote in post #19403155 (external link)
It's cute, from any perspective

Thanks realairlight
Their "cuteness" is everywhere, especially when you get a dozen flitting around together :-)

sogs wrote in post #19403176 (external link)
Piping Plover, one day old. Wondering what it's all about.

That's awesome and worth the gold cup.
Very nice indeed.

They're hatching here and it's intriguing to watch them

BirdsofBC wrote in post #19403153 (external link)

Lovely natural setting and overall composition

graham121 wrote in post #19403094 (external link)
Busted! - Not happy at being sprung in my front yard, this Crimson Rosella exited stage left to finish its snack in a tree across the road

Beautiful!
Typical pose with a fist full of goodies staring down at you.
Very nicely photographed.

That vibrance really shows, especially in the second photo.
They sure are striking parrots



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Jul 12, 2022 00:05 |  #16169

graham121 wrote in post #19403094 (external link)
Busted! - Not happy at being sprung in my front yard, this Crimson Rosella exited stage left to finish its snack in a tree across the road
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Nice shot of this gorgeous Crimson Rosella, graham!

paul katinas wrote in post #19403108 (external link)
Many thanks Mike, much appreciated.
The poor Bumblebee's are always on the look-out for predators.
That pond is full of hungry Turtles, Herons and Alligators.
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Wonderful shot, Paul! With all the predators you mentioned, it doesn't seem like those little fluff balls have much of a chance at surviving.:-(

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female Superb Fairy Wren

Stunning shot of this little gal posing so nicely for you, Richard!

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rather puffed up male Superb Fairy Wren just starting to colour up

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And here stands another beauty, Richard! Lovely shot!

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Beautiful wood duck shot, fotoi! Terrific color.

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Greater Roadrunner...
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What a killer Roadrunner shot, Tom! Beautifully captured.

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Cedar Waxwing - Bombycilla cedrorum


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Lovely shots of these beauties, sw! I've always felt that Cedar Waxwings are so photogenic. They are a very handsome looking bird.

Super nice shot of this Ladder-backed woodpecker, Bill! He looks so much like the Nuttall's woodpecker I was photographing the other day.

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Black-crowned Night Heron in tree and on the wing
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Both of these juvie Black-crowned Night Heron shots are very nicely captured, Steve! I especially like the flight shot.


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Jul 12, 2022 00:39 |  #16170

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Little ringed plover




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This is a true "angry bird".




  
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