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4 minutes ago, IKLland said:

Duuude. Awesome shots!

Thanks man, usually I just ignore them since its hard to get a decent composition even though they're pretty friendly, but I couldn't pass by this opportunity since he was posed nicely on a log.

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American Robins have been passing through in large numbers for the past couple of weeks. This one along with many others were in our yard, both front and back. Once they are gone they are pretty much gone. Sibley's shows them as year-round in North Florida but they pop up rare on ebird in the summer. I have seen a couple in the summer but that is all. The Chipping Sparrows are regular visitors to our feeders all winter, starting mid-November.

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Picked up the last of my recorders yesterday, meaning I'm finished collecting data for my master's! The icing on the cake was getting a great photograph of my study species!

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3 minutes ago, Liam said:

Picked up the last of my recorders yesterday, meaning I'm finished collecting data for my master's! The icing on the cake was getting a great photograph of my study species!

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Awesome shot! 

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3 hours ago, Liam said:

Picked up the last of my recorders yesterday, meaning I'm finished collecting data for my master's! The icing on the cake was getting a great photograph of my study species!

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I imbedded your photo from eBird into your post, because when you uploaded it directly here it lost a lot of quality, and appeared blurry. 

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2 minutes ago, Kevin said:

I imbedded your photo from eBird into your post, because when you uploaded it directly here it lost a lot of quality, and appeared blurry. 

If you don't like that I can undo it, and leave it the way it was...

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15 hours ago, Liam said:

Picked up the last of my recorders yesterday, meaning I'm finished collecting data for my master's! The icing on the cake was getting a great photograph of my study species!

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Congrats on finishing up your research! Awesome shot of a Bachman's Sparrow. Are you going to continue on and get a PhD?

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