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37 minutes ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Great shot!  With the white undertail coverts and mostly yellow face, this is a Pine Warbler.

 

Thanks for you help and for comment .i will corrected (pine tree close to place where i take this picture) . 

Edit: check this is lifer to -thanks one more time .

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22 hours ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Great shot!  With the white undertail coverts and mostly yellow face, this is a Pine Warbler.

I found from where my mistake(excuse maybe)-this two birds i take picture on same tree

38752449404_ec68a1deaf_c.jpgPalm warbler by Mike, on Flickr

 

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BBC  White-breasted Nuthatch with lunch. Jan. 6, 2018 Lombard, Illinois.
White-breasted Nuthatch

 

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3 hours ago, lonestranger said:

 

What are we looking at here, Dred? A beak like mouth on a fish? 

Looks like a Crab claw!

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3 hours ago, lonestranger said:

 

What are we looking at here, Dred? A beak like mouth on a fish? 

Yep, Blue crab claw. Didn't know ibis were crab crackers. 

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2 hours ago, dred said:

Yep, Blue crab claw. Didn't know ibis were crab crackers. 

White Ibises probe for insects and crustaceans beneath the surface of wetlands. They insert their bill into soft muddy bottoms and feel for prey. When they feel something, they pinch it like a tweezer, pulling out crayfish, earthworms, marine worms, and crabs. They also stab or pinch fish, frogs, lizards, snails, and newts. Many of their prey are swallowed on the spot, but for really muddy items they carry them away to wash the mud off before eating. They break harder crustaceans with their bills and remove claws from crabs and crayfish before eating them.

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I was trying to get a picture of this butterfly before I was rudely interrupted. 

2018-02-09_12-33-54

 

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I thought these were cool at first. Now they're here too much! All the pb is gone before the wrens and bluebirds can eat any.

 

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