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  1. BRDL 630

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸͺΆπŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸ₯š
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I have photographed this bird before.

  2. BRDL 629

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    🐦πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸͺΆπŸͺΆπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I have photographed this bird.

  3. birdie 🦒 #511: πŸŸ₯πŸŸ¨πŸŸ©β¬›β¬›β¬›

    I have photographed this Β»very cuteΒ« bird before.

  4. BRDL 627

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸͺΆπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸͺΆπŸ¦πŸ₯šπŸ¦
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I have not seen this bird.

  5. BRDL 626

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸͺΆπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ¦
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸ₯š
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I have photographed this bird.

  6. If you have the means, carrying both a camera and binoculars is definitely the way to go.

    6 minutes ago, Charlie Spencer said:

    @ZoroarkΒ birds with camera only; darned if I know how he can get on the birds but he does!

    Indeed. I find it a bit too cumbersome to carry both when I'm going to be walking/hiking for a few hours. My current setup is a Nikon D3300 with the Sigma 150-600mm stopped down to f/8. I'll take either a shoulder strap or monopod depending on my itinerary. The major benefits over only binoculars is being able to immediately zoom in on field marks on very distant birds, and less second-guessing what you saw for a tenth of a second.

    On shorter walks where I'm unlikely to see anything extraordinary, I'll bring only my binoculars. I've still been considering a compact superzoom to (ahem) bridge the gap so I can carry both, but I know very well that such a camera without binoculars is practically unusable in a birding-first mentality. Within the next year, I plan to jump to either Canon's or Sony's mirrorless offerings for the eye tracking, which may cause me to rethink carrying binoculars.

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  7. BRDL 625

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    🐦πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸͺΆ
    πŸ₯šπŸ¦πŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I will never see this bird.

    • Haha 1
  8. BRDL 624

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ¦
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ¦πŸͺΆ
    πŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸ¦πŸ¦
    🐦πŸ₯šπŸ¦πŸ¦
    🐦πŸ₯šπŸ¦πŸ¦

    Nope, but I have photographed this bird.

  9. BRDL 623

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸͺΆ
    🐦🐦πŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    🐦🐦πŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    🐦🐦🐦πŸ₯š
    🐦🐦🐦πŸ₯š
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I have not seen this bird.

  10. https://ebird.org/checklist/S151642594

    My father and I went up to Corn Creek for the morning. While there weren't a lot of birds, there were a lot of specialΒ birds. Three were firsts for me in Clark County, and three were firsts for the year. The first two are continuing rarities.

    • Eastern Phoebe (county first)
    • Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (FOY, county first)
    • Evening GrosbeakΒ  (FOY, county first)
    • American Redstart (FOY)

    Incredibly, I actually decided to edit my photos immediately. 😁

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  11. birdie πŸ¦† #505: πŸŸ₯πŸŸ₯πŸŸ₯πŸŸ¨πŸŸ©β¬›

    I have not seen this bird.

    Β»I couldn't tell if the negative space between the two was a shadow or part of the birds' coloration.Β»

  12. BRDL 622

    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸͺΆπŸͺΆ
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I have not seen this bird.

  13. BRDL 620

    🐦πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ₯š
    πŸ₯šπŸ¦πŸ₯šπŸͺΆ
    🐦🐦🐦🐦

    I have seen but not photographed this bird.

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