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1 hour ago, Charlie Spencer said:

Brown Creeper, Saluda Shoals Park, Lexington County, central SC

On the theory that there are no bad photos of lifers, just some that are better than others.

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Congrats! Not a bad shot for a creeper. They blend right in with the tree, and they never pause for long.

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Five Lifers today:
 

Ash-throated Flycatcher:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514283751

1200

Fulvous Whistling Duck:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514316381

1200

Marsh Wren - no photos or audio.

Savannah Sparrow:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514318041

1200

Swamp Sparrow:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514318321

1200

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3 minutes ago, dragon49 said:

Five Lifers today:
 

Ash-throated Flycatcher:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514283751

1200

Fulvous Whistling Duck:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514316381

1200

Marsh Wren - no photos or audio.

Savannah Sparrow:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514318041

1200

Swamp Sparrow:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/514318321

1200

Nice! So jealous of the wren, flycatcher, and whistling-duck!

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404012881_DSC00342-Copyed.thumb.jpg.33a2f3f798fe2e69cab2149ab627bee0.jpgBuff-bellied Hummingbird.  We had been having a male and a female Rufous at the feeder and a third mystery hummingbird that was obviously larger than the two rufous.  ID of bird in hand by Certified Master Bander.  Bird had been previously banded in the panhandle (FL) last week.  

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, floraphile said:

404012881_DSC00342-Copyed.thumb.jpg.33a2f3f798fe2e69cab2149ab627bee0.jpgBuff-bellied Hummingbird.  We had been having a male and a female Rufous at the feeder and a third mystery hummingbird that was obviously larger than the two rufous.  ID of bird in hand by Certified Master Bander.  Bird had been previously banded in the panhandle (FL) last week.  

 

 

 

That's awesome

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