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Evening grosbeaks
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Posted By: normhead, 05-18-2016, 01:40 PM

The stars of the show today were the Evening Grosbeaks








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Nice series, sharp as a tack.
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Thanks for commenting.
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So beautiful. Some day I will see one in real life! Lovely shots of these.

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So beautiful. Some day I will see one in real life! Lovely shots of these.
Frist we saw Pine Grosbeaks, then Rosebreasted Grosbeak, now we seem to see these guys every year. Who knows why?
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Very nice images Norm, like the feeder as well. We don't get any of them around here, maybe I'll find some next month in Waterton N. P.
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Great detail Norm it's what we have come to expect form you.
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Very nice images Norm, like the feeder as well. We don't get any of them around here, maybe I'll find some next month in Waterton N. P.
I think you guys have a different Grosbeak out there, if memory serves me well.

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Great detail Norm it's what we have come to expect form you.
Thanks Daacon. I can get great detail on anything that's less than 15 feet away from me.
I try not to brag about it though.

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Thanks Daacon. I can get great detail on anything that's less than 15 feet away from me.
I try not to brag about it though.
Proof that it's hard to be Humble
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