Birding Category

The Old Crow

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Geese in London

You can always find the Canada, Greylang and Egyptian goose hanging out in London along the Round Pond, Longwater and the Serpentine. You can also find herons, gulls, shags, swans, various ducks such as tufted and pochard as well as a couple of different species of grebes. Throw in Regent’s Park and the London Wetlands […]

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Cormorants

Is there a bird with a more beautiful eye? Last weekend Lita and I spent a full day of birding at Green Cay, Wakodahatchee and Loxahatchee. AT the end of the day we were back at Wakodahatchee to practice our panning shots on the cormorants. I feel so out of practice with panning! No new […]

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Green Heron

I love when the green heron shows off his beautiful blue mohawk. Here are a few shots of a handsome fellow I got at Wakodahatchee Wetlands this weekend: I got heat-stroke this day of birding. It was 90 degrees in November!  I’m glad that the weather is finally going to get cooler and I’m ready […]

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Sunrise 11.4.2013

Sunrise with Mottled Ducks and a Common Grackle.

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Red-bellied Woodpecker at Feeder

A red-bellied woodpecker enjoys a peanut butter suet cake at a feeder in my yard.

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Black Swan

The Black Swan is found mostly in Australia and New Zealand where it was hunted to extinction but later re-introduced. There are several feral black swans in Britain and I have seen one once out in the wild there. They believe there may be as many as 45 nesting pairs now. This image of a […]

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Great Egret

My cat Sookie spotted this Great Egret hunting lizards in my front yard.

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