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Warbler Love

Yesterday I had a free morning to bird Tall Cypress Nature Preserve where I linked up with some other birders in hunt for the Yellow-billed Cuckoo as well as any of the migratory warblers. I managed to add both the Yellow-billed Cuckoo and the Indigo Buntings to my life list and snag a picture of […]

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A Bird in the Hand…

…is worth two in the bush. Unless of course it’s a rarity and then two in the bush trumps one in the hand. 😉 Here are a few images of a bird in my hand: Great Tit, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Starlings and a European Robin.

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Parking Lot Grackles

Someone left a sandwich and some fruit for the Boat-tailed Grackles. Love how the female holds her ground!

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The Dawn Chorus

If you have ever paid attention to the sunrise, you will know that with the revealing of light comes the most beautifully composed piece of music, the Dawn Chorus. If you have not paid attention before, I invite you to rise a bit before the sun this weekend, go sit outside on your porch or […]

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Lineated Woodpecker

Not the steadiest hand, but check out how fast this Lineated Woodpecker I spotted in Costa Rica picks ants off the palm tree:  

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It’s that time of year again!

Fall Migration is starting to heat up here in South Florida. Birders are all excited about a Canada Warbler that has been spotted in both Evergreen Cemetery and Richardson Park, two birding hot spots. I wish I had the time this week to go chase this migratory bird, but alas, it may be one that […]

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