Delilahae

Type Of Bird?.

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I was wondering what type of bird this is..

Thank you..

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All Photos Taken 3-2013..

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My first Creeper..lol..

Thank you very much!.

D

Exciting! I just saw my first one last week!

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Hard to spot.... even more difficult to get a good pic of!!! Great work!

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Because they are so well camouflaged and so quick on the move, it's difficult to get a good photo. You have some nice ones there!

Julie

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Great and fun bird and terrific photos!

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If that tree is in your yard, spread some suet on it and he will be back every day :)

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oh my goodness you got some fantastic shots. I had a brown creeper last fall and all I could get were brown streaky blob pics. I'm so jealous. :P

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Good job D! Not only did you get excellent looks at this guy, but great pics too. Well done!

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Indications of the existence of Brown Creepers are just one big conspiracy plot against me...

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Indications of the existence of Brown Creepers are just one big conspiracy plot against me...

"Psssssst, I'm over here. Pssssst, if you could see through wood you would be able to see me. Psssssst, I don't really exist, except in your head. Pssssst."

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"Psssssst, I'm over here. Pssssst, if you could see through wood you would be able to see me. Psssssst, I don't really exist, except in your head. Pssssst."

Exactly!!! :angry: :angry:

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Great shots! I've only ever seen one here and it was much too fast for me to even catch him in the viewfinder. :P

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