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33 minutes ago, Charlie Spencer said:

Aren't they beautiful?

Yes. I have wanting to see one for years even before I started birding. I did not see them till I was about 12 yards away from them. Sadly they flew before I could get a photo.:classic_sad:

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9 hours ago, Seattle said:

I don't have the number handy - but black throated hummingbird

 

The bird and the number are not as one.  The number of your bird may not be my number of the bird.  The bird does not know the number; indeed, the bird is beyond numbers.

Be as the bird.  Be ... the bird.

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Got nine lifers on a two day trip to Oklahoma last week!

Barred Owl, Eastern Kingbird, Pine Warbler, Yellow-throated Warbler, Black-and-white Warbler, Northern Parula, Pileated Woodpecker. and Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Fish Crow no photos.

 

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5 day 4 night Trip to Big Sur yielded 4 lifers! black swift, 2 CALIFORNIA CONDORS, rufous-crowned sparrows, and pacific wren.

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Went to a heron rookery. Got Little Blue Heron, Cattle Egret, and Great Egret. The Little Blue Heron was a lifer for me.  

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On 7/16/2019 at 2:11 PM, Kevin said:

Got nine lifers on a two day trip to Oklahoma last week!

Oops that is wrong I got ten. Grey Catbird. 

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Last night waited for about twenty min and got a Eastern Screech-Owl.

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Posted (edited)

Loggerhead Shrike and Spotted Sandpiper. Also a few weeks ago I got a Summer Tanager.

 

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Posted (edited)

Loggerhead Shrike and Spotted Sandpiper. Also a few weeks ago I got a Summer Tanager. Sorry Thought I was Editing.

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In the last few days: Common Loon, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Common Tern, Bonaparte’s Gull, Red-breasted Nuthatch, American Redstart, Black-and-White Warbler, and Yellow-throated Vireo. Also, apparently my list has been boosted from 349 after Yellow-throated Vireo to 350 due to the changes that are being done on eBird currently. Once I figure out which one effected me, I’ll put it here.

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14 minutes ago, HamRHead said:

Horned Lark today thanks to Liam.

 

Congrats!! Horned Lark was my nemesis bird for several years. Since I saw the first one a few years back I have seen probably hundreds of them! Where did you see them?

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Just now, Bird Brain said:

Congrats!! Horned Lark was my nemesis bird for several years. Since I saw the first one a few years back I have seen probably hundreds of them! Where did you see see them?

Thanks. Burke County, GA...south of Augusta at a sod farm. I counted 13. They were fairly distant but I got looks with scope.

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