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  1. 18 points
  2. This area the chickadees will land on you even if you don’t have food. Still very quick though!
    13 points
  3. Lifer 260, Long-eared Owl! Been looking for one for quite some time.
    13 points
  4. Snowy Owl Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas & Happy Holiday's!
    13 points
  5. Bohemian Waxwings from this morning.
    13 points
  6. Technically the other day but processed this morning,dont get many redpolls in south jersey
    13 points
  7. All right, it took a little bit longer than I though it would, and I even learned somethings myself along the way. Here we go... The Winged LEGO Guide to Aging Gulls with a focus on the large white-headed gulls. Sooo how long can you make one of these posts anyways? First I think it is important to clarify some age nomenclature. You might see gulls described as 1st winter, 1st summer, 2nd winter, etc. A 1st winter gull is in its first winter after hatching. Pretty self explanatory. A little bit tougher now: a 1st summer gull is not in the summer that it hatched but the next summer, when i
    12 points
  8. Burrowing Owl in southern Nevada
    12 points
  9. This is Ozzie (or maybe Harriet) who lived in the trees down the street. I thought they moved out when some eagles took up residence in the same trees. But the eagles moved on and now the owls are back. I heard them hooting from the back yard the other day so I decided to take another look.
    12 points
  10. My favorite in flight shot....I am lucky,I have a female that sticks around a bald eagle nest I watch for the state,she lands on pilings in front of me all the time..
    12 points
  11. Yes, it is soaring in the two photos posted. Here's the only decent shot I got of it performing. And thank you.
    12 points
  12. Rare American Dipper, Bird #301 for Marin County. There was no light so I couldn't get anything great, but I thought it turned out pretty good, considering the conditions.
    12 points
  13. From Cornell The "Ipswich Savannah Sparrow," a subspecies that breeds on Sable Island, Nova Scotia, is nearly 50 percent heavier than most other Savannah Sparrow subspecies. It is the palest race, and is found in winter in sand dunes along the Atlantic Coast. It was formerly considered a separate species.
    11 points
  14. 11 points
  15. Really tough choice, but I love this one, plus it’s a twofer
    11 points
  16. It's been cloudy and rainy for two weeks and my camera doesn't do well in low light.
    11 points
  17. A floofy White-breasted Nuthatch from today
    10 points
  18. I've seen them leave a trail before, it even had some red in it. 😁
    10 points
  19. out of 1,192 different bird species and subs I have photographed this will always be one of my favorites...san Blas, Mexico. Blue mockingbird
    9 points
  20. Loved seeing all the irruptive species this year. We got Red Crossbill, Bohemian Waxwing, Pine Grosbeak, Pine Siskin, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Evening Grosbeak, and Common Redpoll all in our yard. The Pine Grosbeaks were probably the most exciting. I think this was the third year in my entire life that I've gotten to see them.
    9 points
  21. The "Gray Ghost" at the San Jacinto Wildlife Area in CA yesterday
    9 points
  22. Our tame Red-breasted Nuthatch friend. We named him Pumpkin.
    8 points
  23. @MacMe, great bird! Give a man an app and it will identify birds for him. Give a man a field guide and he'll learn to identify birds for himself. Then he'll go on bird forums, babble about the importance of field guides, and act like he knows what he's talking about.
    8 points
  24. Hooded Merganser today - they always look so surprised!! Last post of the year so all the best for 2021.
    8 points
  25. Pied billed Grebe doin the wing stretch
    8 points
  26. Northern Harrier being handsome as heck.
    8 points
  27. I had fun on this one! My first colored pencil drawing in a long time.
    8 points
  28. The weather in Oklahoma was excellent on Sunday night -the 20th- so I stacked my Nikon 200-500 together with a 2X and 1.4 X telextender and got the attached picture. The conditions were not as good on the 21st but Jupiter and Saturn were easily in the field of view Sunday.
    8 points
  29. Same Dipper as @Connor Cochrane. Not as good of a pic, but I'm still happy with it considering how little light there was. ISO was like a million.
    8 points
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