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  1. 23 points
    Prothonotary Warbler 6-17-17, Ohio
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    The best processed yesterday, but far from yesterday's shots LOL I gotta get my hard drive cleaned up!! Eastern Bluebird EABB12012016 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Northern Harrier NOHA02252017-2 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr
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    DSCN6530 great horned owl by Brian Marra, on Flickr DSCN6585 great horned owl by Brian Marra, on Flickr
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    A couple from the local marsh this morning. Red-headed Woodpecker. Green Heron
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    It was a good morning for bird photography at a marsh near me. I photographed these birds, along with others, within a couple of hours at the same location. Common Yellowthroat Cerulean Warbler (this is a different one from my previous posts, seems to be a lot of them in the area this year) Bald Eagle ~ juvenile
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    Cerulean Warbler from this morning.
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    Photographed this pair of Blue-winged Teal drakes yesterday evening at the local wetland.
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    It was a Snowy day in PA on the shore of Lake Erie.
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    Couple of my favs from recently (taken or processed)... Great Egrets, during breeding this past Spring. GREG03222017-2 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Forster's Tern FOTE10272016 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Barred Owl BAOW10162017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr
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    Everett, WA, about 5:30 PM. Swallow-tailed Gull by jeffroscoe, on Flickr Swallow-tailed Gull by jeffroscoe, on Flickr
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    Mountain Quail by mattag2002, on Flickr
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    Gray Catbird Gray Catbird by Johnny, on Flickr Northern Flicker Northern Flicker by Johnny, on Flickr
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    The White-throated Sparrows are sticking around even during this cold snap. White-throated Sparrow by The Bird Nuts, on Flickr
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    I don't know how much a falcon can eat but this one looks like that much and more!
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    Common Redpoll from this morning.
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    (As many of you have heard) Early Sunday morning I went out on my first trip specifically aimed at forming my two little brothers' life lists, so I was heavily focusing on pointing out the common and easy to see birds. It was a slow morning overall, but ironically our first somewhat cooperative bird ended up being a Tropical Kingbird (!!!), which flew in from the southeast, perched vocalizing for at least 3 minutes, and then took off flying directly over our heads and resuming it's apparent northwesterly flight. The recordings I obtained in that time confirm it's ID as a first state record Tropical Kingbird! My brothers sure started out as insanely lucky birders. I just submitted a formal report to the Colorado Bird Records Committee and If accepted, it will become Colorado's 503rd state bird! Somehow the state managed to get both a Thick-billed and a Couch's Kingbird before anyone recorded this one. http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S39234794
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    A couple of favs from the last couple of days... White-eyed Vireo ~ It took me more than a year to even get a picture of them, so I'm still excited when I get one LOL WEVI09082017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Yellow Warbler in the elephant ears. My inner artist loves this shot LOL YEWA09082017-2 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Bell's Vireo ~ Not a great shot, but the best shot I've ever gotten of one, and it was a new yard/county bird too BEVI09072017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr
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    cormorant grabs an oyster cracker in Oceanville NJ cormorant grabs an oyster cracker by jazz_blues, on Flickr
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    This morning ... Yellow crowned night heron at lunch by Mike, on Flickr Yellow crowned night heron at lunch by Mike, on Flickr Yellow crowned night heron at lunch by Mike, on Flickr Yellow crowned night heron at lunch by Mike, on Flickr
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    Ospery (Juv.) with Catch of the Day Osprey (Juv.) - Catch of the Day by Johnny, on Flickr
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    Not the best weather today but I managed to snap some decent shots of some young eastern phoebes. I think the rain was making them huddle together Eastern Phoebes Juveniles by STEFAN TOWNSEND, on Flickr
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    Black-billed Magpie by jeffroscoe, on Flickr
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    Another Common Nighthawk Anahauc NWR 7-17 Common Nighthawk 2 Anahauc NWR by johnd1964, on Flickr
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    Red-eyed Vireo Red-eyed Vireo by Johnny, on Flickr Red-eyed Vireo by Johnny, on Flickr
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    Yellow Warbler Yellow Warbler by Johnny, on Flickr
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    I had just picked up the camera(yesterday) and was going to take a test shot to check my exposure when my test subject, a common grackle, started a rather intense fight with another grackle. I wasn't prepared for the instant action scene but I fired off dozens of shots anyway and somehow managed to get a few keepers but this was definitely the best. Best of Grackle Fight(click through on this one) by lonestranger102, on Flickr
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    American Redstart American Redstart by Johnny, on Flickr Golden-crowned Kinglet - Close-up Golden-crowned Kinglet by Johnny, on Flickr
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    This was taken yesterday, but.... Male Ruby-throated Hummingbird
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    Pretty far away but I can see this Osprey's family ain't eating beans for dinner tonight!
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    Went out for warblers this morning but got good views of a White-eyed Vireo and a Spotted Sandpiper.
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    This morning--Painted Bunting. Waiting for me to leave the feeder. "Keep the white millet coming..."
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    A very approachable Barred Owl in a local park.
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    Scouting out potential owl holes for weeks paid off when I hiked about 1000 ft up a mountain this morning. Until now, Northern Saw-Whet Owl had only been a heard-only species for me! Northern Saw-Whet Owl by David Tonnessen, on Flickr
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    I was hoping to capture some Green-winged Teal at the local marsh this afternoon but had to settle for this lone coot that passed by.
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    1/22/18 (Life bird!!!) Merlin Snowy Owl
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    Snowy Owl - Jones Beach, L.I., NY Snowy Owl by Johnny, on Flickr
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    A couple of my favs, so far, from my trip to Lubbock, Texas a week ago... Burrowing Owl, saying "Don't mess with Texas!" BUOW07162017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr The Burrowing Owl in this shot was an accident, because I'm easily distracted and the beautiful Black-tailed Jackrabbits are very distracting Not a technically good shot, because the light was low and they were far away, but I still like it a lot BUOWJackRabbit07172017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr
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    Tag!! You're it!... What the...!!??
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    Cerulean Warbler snacking on a caterpillar.
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    Always love it when the best shot of the day is of an owl:
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    I haven't made a dent in the pictures I took on my trip to the Davis Mountains and Big Bend, a few days ago, but I do have some favorites already Colima Warbler COWA04232017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Elf Owl ELOW04212017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Western Screech-Owl WESC04232017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr Woodhouse's Scrub Jay SCJA04222017 by Michelle Summers, on Flickr
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