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  1. Lots of commotion now these characters are back. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/337017351
  2. Agree 100%. Catbirds and Red-wingeds are much more camera friendly, flycatchers (excluding Phoebes) tend to keep their distance. I sense a new thread coming on - most difficult/easiest birds to photograph, or maybe not.
  3. The wild eyed look when it spotted me (best of the day from last week, way behind with my editing). https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/335869631
  4. You got your eviction notice weeks ago so time to move on fellah.
  5. It's on my "missing bird photos" list so I'm out (I'm hoping we don't see any Christmas Turkey posts 🙂).
  6. Southern Ontario yesterday. Immature Sharp-shinned? Thanks.
  7. Most winters we have a male hang around for the winter and he usually latches onto a female Mallard and defends her against all comers. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/135257041
  8. Piping Plover today. I saw this bird about fifteen years ago when it first showed up locally and caused quite a stir at the time. Despite being one of the most popular beaches north of Toronto the local municipality continues to protect the nesting site annually. I recently realized it is not on my list so went to find it again this morning. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/332413431
  9. A little bit of cooperation yesterday but not sure which I like best. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/331246201 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/331243901
  10. Louisiana - broad white rear supercilium and long thickish bill.
  11. @floraphile. Completely agree and not sure what would have taken it down - larger owl (Barred and Great Horned in the area), or Merlin perhaps. I never feel comfortable posting this type of photo but I guess it is all part of nature. On a positive note I am beginning to become aware of how widespread Screech Owls are - just really good at blending in with the urban landscape.
  12. Thanks Tony but could not see the feet unfortunately.
  13. Southern Ontario today. Screech Owl perhaps or something completely different? Thanks.
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