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Double trouble cedar waxwings #maskedbandits #cedarwaxwing #brooklynbirding #pro
16.06.2019 21:01:48
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Adorable little Eastern Phoebe we found in Spruce Woods Provincial Park. I love
Adorable little Eastern Phoebe we found in Spruce Woods Provincial Park. I love flycatchers, they always look so delicate and sweet.
16.06.2019 20:37:45
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yellow vented bulbul with nesting material
yellow vented bulbul with nesting material...more
16.06.2019 20:25:24
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16.06.2019 19:00:59
Corn Bunting populations in the UK have been affected by changes in agricultural
Corn Bunting populations in the UK have been affected by changes in agricultural practices, and as a late-nesting species, are particularly vulnerable to their nests being lost during harvesting or cutting. Changes like providing buffer strips or margins can really help this species by providing the necessary food and habitat that they rely upon.
16.06.2019 18:25:34
...a 3 hour tour...
This Gyr Falcon was part of a Raptorin' show a couple of wee
...a 3 hour tour... This Gyr Falcon was part of a Raptorin' show a couple of weeks ago... Middle of the show, he decided he'd had enough and jetted east! Luckily, they have hin LoJacked... via tbe jingle bells on his feet and they eventually tracked him to around a half a mile (as the falcon flies) from the show. They were sweaty and generally displeased when they returned. . . . #birds#bird#your_best_birds#wildlifephotography#birdingphotography#birdwatching#birdwatcher#birdnerd#igbirds#igbird#igwildlife#wildlifephoto#birdphotography#nature#naturelover#intobirds#bird_lover#natgeo#audubonsociety#planetbirds#kings_birds#ig_discover_birdslife#nuts_about_birds #bestbirdshots#bird_brilliance#birds_adored#eye_spy_birds #animals
16.06.2019 18:10:41
Athene noctua (Little Owl) Aragón, 🇪🇸 #birds #birdwatching #birdwatchers #birdin
Athene noctua (Little Owl) Aragón, 🇪🇸 #birds#birdwatching#birdwatchers#birding#birdingphotography
16.06.2019 17:20:12
The Verreaux's Eagle-Owl is the largest African Owl, easuring in at 66 centimete
The Verreaux's Eagle-Owl is the largest African Owl, easuring in at 66 centimeters tall. These owls are equipped with distinctive large ear-tufts and pink eyelids, just visible in this photograph. We photographed this owl and its partner at Lake Baringo, Kenya in the bush just outside of Robert's Camp. . . . #kenya#explorekenya#eastafrica#africa#exploreafrica#ecotourism#cisticolatours#verreauxseagleowl#owl#elite_owls#only_owls#raptor#birdsofprey#ethicalowlphoto#baringo#lakebaringo#robertscamp#birdingsafari#birdsofeastafrica#safarikenya#kenyasafari#birdsofkenya#birdsofafrica#africanbirds#kenyabirds#birdphotography#africanwildlife#birdingphotography#birdwatchingphotography#srnnaturephotography
16.06.2019 17:08:19
16.06.2019 16:58:57
This morning this precious common gallinule family—mom, dad, and four fuzzy chic
This morning this precious common gallinule family—mom, dad, and four fuzzy chicks—came out in the open for the first time. I suspected there was a nest in the golf spike behind my backyard as I’ve observed protective behaviors when the red-shouldered hawks and ospreys fly overhead. Happy Father’s Day to all the hardworking dads out there defending and providing for their families.
16.06.2019 16:58:04
Male cardinals get their red feathers from carotenoids, a naturally occurring pi
Male cardinals get their red feathers from carotenoids, a naturally occurring pigment found in their food. Cardinals get carotenoids from the seeds and fruits they eat. After being consumed by the cardinal, the carotenoid pigments are sequestered in the liver and then transported to the bloodstream for eventual deposit in growing feather follicles where they crystallize. #Texas#ILoveTexas#ILoveAustin#TexasHillCountry#Austin#Cardinal#Cardinals#ILoveCardinals#BirdLover#Birds#WildBird#WildBirds#BirdPhoto#BirdPhotography#Birding#BirdingPhotography#TravelPhotography#NaturePhotography#Photography#Nature
16.06.2019 16:57:18
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