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Scaup that seems to be cleaning its under arms wings.
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QuoteOriginally posted by edom31 Quote

These bunnies run wild around our neighborhood...
You must have a shortage of dogs and cats.

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You must have a shortage of dogs and cats.
I myself am petless. There are more dogs than cats around, but most are indoor-pets I believe.
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Yellow Billed Egret in breeding plumage
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This red shouldered hawk has been hanging around this week, but elusive to the camera, should be plenty of food in the area with a mature woods behind the house and a creek/marsh on the other side of that. I'm thinking maybe he's going for lizards, which we are thick with young green anoles. This is a heavy crop.


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I wonder what % of images on this thread are birds?
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Brown Robin, another bird I can tock off my list
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A googly-eyed lizard photographed during our trip to Trinidad/Tobago & Venezuela. SCANS
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Yesterday's visit to Rietvlei Nature Reserve










A rare occasion of seeing a Little Grebe out of water
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Full frame and crop of a white tailed deer that crossed our path this week. It was the second individual, so I had the camera out just in case. Still, it came and went very quickly.
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Another Assateague Youngling

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An anhinga, a new species for me I had thought, but I went back and found another photo of one that I had incorrectly identified as a double crested cormorant, though related thier beak are distinctly different, the cormorant catches fish with it's hooked beak, while the anhinga spears them with a dagger shaped beak.
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