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Jefferson Shank

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  1. Nope. I always think of mountains when I think of mountains... ???
  2. I was going through some of my chickadee pictures and I came across this one. Not sure if I posted it or not yet... https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/296189291
  3. The first one has more natural lighting. The 2nd edit is a bit harsh. Contrast too high, IMO. They're your pictures though, so...
  4. Carolina Chickadees https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/314984781 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/309792101
  5. Can't see the pics for some reason... My browser has done this before though.
  6. One way to post photos and still have the full quality versions displayed without using WhatBirds' space: upload them to iNaturalist, eBird, or BirdForum first. Then copy to photo link and embed it in your post, by clicking 'insert image from URL.' That way the forum is using the external photo information instead of transferring that info to WhatBirds' database. I only actually upload a picture to WhatBird without and embedded link about once a week...
  7. Pale-striped Poison Dart Frog After doing some research later, I'm very glad I had the sense not to touch this tiny frog. It is from a family of very poisonous frogs. It's 'cousin' the Golden Poison Dart Frog, on average is generally estimated to contain about one milligram of poison, enough to kill between 10 to 20 humans, or up to two African bull elephants! --source: Wikipedia-- https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/107477451
  8. Spix's Night Monkeys https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/107477447
  9. BRDL 34 ???? ???? ???? ???? ????
  10. I don't think we can narrow these birds down to the species
  11. The birds here aren't parrots, parrots are blunt birds, if you see what I mean. They have wide rounded-tipped wings
  12. These look to big and chunky. Also the tails on Rose-ringed Parakeets normally narrow down to 1 or 2 feathers trailing out the back. Macaw tails are thicker like these. See the links. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/182088681 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/345944601
  13. Does @akandulaever visit the forum anymore? He used to be a top member back before I went offline for a while. Too bad @Tony Leukering isn't here anymore...
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