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Posted by Lorna1949 (Lorna@bell.net) on
Sun, Jan 26, 14 at 22:16

Hi Everyone here is the junco there was too much snow so he had to do some cleaning I was having a hard time keeping the camera study on this photo but I got it please let keep the pictures coming everyone is really enjoying them Thanks for posting Hugs Lorna


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  • Posted by claire z6b Coastal MA (My Page) on
    Mon, Jan 27, 14 at 10:49

Yellow-rumped Warbler (AKA butter butt) on the double suet cage feeder. He guards the feeder from the nearby pine. I only see them in the winter when they come in for the suet and water.

Yellow-rumped Warbler1 1:24:14

Yellow-rumped Warbler2 1:24:14

Yellow-rumped Warbler3 1:24:14

Claire in Plymouth, MA

edited to show location

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Thanks for sharing Claire I have never seen a double one but I could buy 2 and tie them together in the summer I have to load it twice a week in the winter once every 2 weeks but the bird feeder every day I have to full up the tray


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Lovely photos- I need a new camera but here goes: red-bellied woodpecker


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Goldfinches-bad photo but this is all I can get of them-


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Mr. Goldfinch at the feeder during summer.


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Mourning dove in mid-blink, looks like she's sporting blue eye shadow!


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Rose breasted Grosbeak, taken last May. I don't see these too often here in Southwestern Ontario.


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Red bellied woodpecker deciding whether or not to land on my suet feed. He did eventually.


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Red bellied nuthatch, photo taken in the late fall.


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Common Redpoll, but not so common in my backyard. Lucky to get a shot of this one last summer.


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Last week, a couple of buddies sharing a meal.


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I'm gonna assume this was a hawk, plenty of them around here, but it was just too far to be sure. I just love the shot anyway, such a blue sky and he was like : "I OWN THIS PLACE!"


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Nice tranquil scene with geese on Lake Ontario, photo taken a few years ago while out on a dog walk.


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I posted this one on another thread, but it's worthy of a second look. This female cardinal is so puffed up against the cold, looks like she swallowed a grapefruit. Love this pic! Photo taken a couple of weeks ago.


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Hi I have seen the rose grosbeak a couple of time here in Quebec but both times it has been rainy. So now I watch for him when it is raining out. I do have a pair of cardinals at my feeder this winter but not today it is very windy so I have not seen any birds at all and we have blue sky. tomorrow I will be full up my feeder with the nasty wind the seeds will blow away. Here is a picture of a hawk I also feed him pigeons in the summer he comes down grabs one and off he goes But I need more of them around cause I have about 25 pigeons in my backyard most of the summer
Thanks for posting your pictures love them


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"Here is a picture of a hawk I also feed him pigeons in the summer he comes down grabs one and off he goes"

Best comment I've seen in a while! :o)
Steve


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Male Northern Flicker in Plymouth, MA

Northern Flicker1 1:28:14

Northern Flicker2 1:28:14

Claire


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Eagle in Nova Scotia - July, 2011.


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Best place to see a lot of eagles - off the Cabot Trail


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Couldn't resist adding one more


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beautiful eagle pictures great timing
Lorna


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Eastern North Carolina after several inches of snow. It's a busy place! Chickadees, Brown headed and White Breasted Nuthatches, American Goldfinches, Chipping Sparrows, Pine Warblers, Carolina Wrens, Juncos and even a Bluebird stopped by for some suet.


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I love the big bird feeder I guess no squirrel can get at the food. Have not seen them here in Quebec I guess the pigeons also cannot get at the food I bought a new bird feeder last year and it work pretty good for the pigeons and grackles only problem not more than 3 small birds can eat at one time


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I love the photos so far!


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My 9 year old son has been enjoying taking pictures of the birds visiting our feeders. This year is the first time we have had pine warblers visit us!


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I also loved this one that he took of a female cardinal.


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Pretty little sparrow

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Here's a Snowy Egret,


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Mourning dove sitting on climbing rose stem Toronto,Ontario

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Savannah Sparrow in Plymouth, MA.
Savannah Sparrow 2:3:14

Claire


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New bird in my area, a Fox Sparrow. They do indeed dig with both feet at the same time, just like my book says!


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A female Red-bellied Woodpecker and a chickadee:

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Great thread. I humbly add the owl pic, taken by my wife.

Don B.


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Don, seriously, don't be humble - or rather, your wife should be proud of that owl pic! Rare to get a chance to take a pic of one so close to your deck, lucky her!

Here's the latest from yesterday in non-stop snow: a little house sparrow all fluffed up.


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This little girl was a bit camera shy!


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Mourning dove

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Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAAArgXxNNM

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This forum has been a wonderful source of info and the photos have made it much easier to make a hobby of birding. Threads like these have added a new dimension to the time my wife and I spend outdoors as no birds go without notice. Thanks for sharing.


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Pelican (in Florida)


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Those wings look so heavy!


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Gull, up close.


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A fisherman with friends.


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Great Blue Heron is keeping an eye on you.


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A little wet around the ears.


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Head shot


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A Royal Tern (I think - someone correct this if I'm wrong)


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On the golf course in Punta Cana, just a few yards away from the tee.


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Oh my! Takes my breath away! Love, love the fisherman and hungry friends.


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I'm not sure exactly what this is. Anyone? (Florida in February)


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Egret


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Another one, I don't know what this is.

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Nice long legs


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The 1st unknown might be a great blue heron and the white unknown might be a white ibis...


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The second unknown is a white ibis for certain, the first could be a black crowned night heron


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If it is a black crowned it is a immature


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In Central Illinois- usually only see a few towhees the whole summer and have never seen them in the winter. There must have been a small flock of them that spent their days under the feeders in the yard this past weekend. Really enjoying all the photos.


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