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Making an attempt to finally get my photos organized I ran across these two photos of a Western Meadowlark taken 2-1-15 and they just struck me as pretty darn good and not typical of most (at least of mine) poses that capture mostly the bright yellow chest. I like the feather detail...Any way I just wanted to share them.

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My 103rd Backyard bird since moving to Florida not quite 3 years ago. It flew in while my husband and I were swimming. I was pretty sure what it was put got out of the pool and grab my binoculars. Ran into the house soaking wet to get my camera. My lens kept fogging up but I photographed any way. Went inside showered dressed...It was still there (and still is) so I got more photos with the camera lens not fogged up. 

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6 minutes ago, Clip said:

My 103rd Backyard bird since moving to Florida not quite 3 years ago. It flew in while my husband and I were swimming. I was pretty sure what it was put got out of the pool and grab my binoculars. Ran into the house soaking wet to get my camera. My lens kept fogging up but I photographed any way. Went inside showered dressed...It was still there (and still is) so I got more photos with the camera lens not fogged up. 

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I was just looking at your series of of "On the Fence" pics, @Clip.  You are the Nightjar Whisperer. 

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48 minutes ago, floraphile said:

I was just looking at your series of of "On the Fence" pics, @Clip.  You are the Nightjar Whisperer. 

I wish! The only other Nightjar I have is the Common Poorwill. Though I have heard a Chuck-will's Widow a couple of times. The poorwill only once.

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2 minutes ago, Jodi Nielson said:

Feb. 2020, I glanced out the window at my home in Kentucky and saw a Pileated and a Red-bellied on the same tree.  Figured that was a once in ever occurrence----until this afternoon, at a park in SW Florida!

Shows just how honkin' big Pileateds are. The Red-bellied looks so small!

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