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A dandy of a male House Finch

 

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Mallard couple with chicks was peacefully enjoying day when another drake approached. To my surprise the hen took after him with serious intent.

 

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Ruby-Crowned Kinglet

After taking a few clicks I wanted to change my shutter speed and exposure, when I brought the camera up to shoot again the osprey was flying straight at me, then I noticed that an adult bald eagle was chasing it. They did some aerial maneuvers but the eagle ended up with the fish. I was just happy to see the osprey unharmed.

 

Fanno Creek, Oregon

 

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Some carp in shallow water moving as a group creating swirls

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She is staying in one spot using her feet to stir up the bottom for feed. Therefore creating concentric rings around her.

 

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First snake of the season. View enlarged if you like.

(This one is for you Brian)

 

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Nikon D500, Sigma 150-600mm Sports lens, 440mm, f/6.3, 1/500, ISO 125. View Large.

Like other phoebes, the Say’s Phoebe is seemingly undaunted by people and often nests on buildings. These open-country birds have cinnamon-washed underparts and a rather gentle expression. They sally from low perches to snatch insects in midair or pounce on them on the ground. Say’s Phoebes often pump their tails while perched on a wire, fence post, or low bush. They breed farther north than any other flycatcher and are seemingly limited only by the lack of nest sites.

 

Say’s Phoebes really blend into their desert surroundings despite their cinnamon-washed bellies. They can be quite vocal at times which helps locate them, but at other times they are quiet and can easily go undetected. Listen for a clear, slurred whistle and a burry, hiccupping note. Keep your eyes low to the ground and watch for quick movements from low shrubs as they sally out to grab an insect or two. Look for them perched on top of low shrubs or fence posts. During the breeding season, they may be found around buildings; you may even be able to spot a nest under an eave.

Cornell University Lab of Ornithology

 

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This is the same bird I waited patiently for to fly. These swallows don't seem to rest much.

 

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Bright sunny day brought out a stranger I had not seen in awhile

 

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Osprey

 

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Portrait session was with a moving subject. He was a slow mover so it was fun. Mounted my 16-300mm plus Canon 500D for more close focus. Very little crop here.

 

The size of this snail is a bit smaller than a penny.

綺麗に斜めに並んで、これから空へ。

 

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it never did give me a clear shot :)

 

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not a great image but I always enjoy seeing a bird for the first time

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A few days I posted a pic of a chickadee going the top down making hole for his nest. Well now they have decided to make a side entrance in the same trunk

 

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Another happy bird

 

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Black headed gull over Parkgate, Wirral

Still getting some experience in flight shots, learning quite a bit. I do not understand where the bright blue sky went in this photo.

 

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Bald Eagle way up in the sky, so much fun taking these pics

 

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Wildflowers in Smithville, TX; taken at a photography workshop given by Jeff Parker

Bewick's wren

 

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