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    White faced X Glossy Ibis hybrid
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    Snowy Egret at Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge, SC 3/14/20
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    White-breasted Nuthatch and Northern Waterthrush
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    We went blueberry picking with the Cedar Waxwings.
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    You may have noticed a theme developing but as well as being in my overall top ten of favourite birds they are now my Number 1 for entertainment value (if you get a chance just watch them for a while). This one snagged a crayfish and resisted several sibling attacks (including grabbing its miniscule wing and trying to drag it underwater) before needing several attempts to swallow it. They are amazingly self confident at this age - one of the chicks had a confrontation with a Canada Goose and the goose backed off (the adults routinely chased off Mute Swans).
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    Yellow Crowned Night Heron displaying
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    A local wetland has a low number of waterfowl this year but a good variety. This Northern Pintail flew in unexpectedly while I was photographing some Bufflehead.
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    Black Crowned Night Heron w/chick
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    Tonight is the first time the juvenile Great Horned Owls came to the yard before dark. It gave a chance to get some better pics of them playing.
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    Leucustic Glossy Ibis fledgling
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    Sub Adult Little Blue Heron (calico).. trying something different,using my instagram feed to host pic,I am slowly deleting pics off flickr because of their 1000 pic rule for free accounts. Dont think the quality is there but at least it will stay on the web.
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    The Scissortail Flycatcher has frequented a tree in my backyard and this is my first of a bird in flight taken this afternoon.
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    Juvenile Least Bittern (one of the last to leave Ontario) has developed excellent fishing skills - never missed while I was watching.
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    Least Bittern this morning - showed no interest in relocating into the reeds and was still in the same spot when I moved on.
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    Couldnt ask for a better subject on a mimosa tree
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    Could we limit the number of confirmations to three? If there's some question on the ID or additional information, sure, add it. But once three people have agreed on an ID, additional agreement posts only bring resolved questions back to the top for members to wade through without adding much value. Just a suggestion. Obviously it isn't my site and I certainly don't make the rules.
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    Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch - April 1, 2020
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    Coots on the run by Mark Featherstone, on Flickr
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    Merlin w/dinner, dont scroll down for the squeamish
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    New Jerseys only nesting pair of Mississippi kites have produced another fledgling, I wonder if any of them will ever come back here,The parents have been coming here for 7 years now and have had 4 fledges in that time but I have never seen one come back to start its own family
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    Dunlin and Marbled Godwit-9696-2 by peter spencer, on Flickr The Dunlin was a surprise its normal habitat is in the arctic.
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    Yellow-billed Cuckoo (Coccyzus americanus) by hbvol50, on Flickr
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    White Faced Ibis, bit of a rarity here on the east coast,but seems more and more show up every year
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    American Bittern by hbvol50, on Flickr American Bittern brunch by hbvol50, on Flickr
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    Idk how many people remember me from before the server reset but decided to drop in and see what's going on. This is Not from today or recently at all but from my trip out West that I don't remember if I ever shared with everybody or not. Untitled by Easton Hamer, on Flickr Untitled by Easton Hamer, on Flickr
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    This mother owl keeps hiding her babies! Not to mention that death glare she's giving me! I go by this nest every few days in hopes of getting the baby pictures!
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    He was showing off and the female wasn't even looking his way!
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    Ruffed Grouse - April 10, 2020
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    Chipping Sparrow by Mark Goodwin, on Flickr
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