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Antidote for Gray Day (four photos)

The American Midwest is isolated in a deep freeze. Nature is marked by the lack of color; gray trees and tan fields and crusty white snow. 29 more words

Birds

Baltimore Oriole In Flight

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A couple images of a male Baltimore Oriole that was flying around in the back yard.

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Photography

Orioles

You may be surprised to learn that Baltimore Orioles winter in Florida. Lots of them! All you need do to see them, is put out a grape jelly or fruit feeder. 96 more words

Tallahassee

Birds in the Garden

Cowbird to dove: I was here first, do your worst.

Male house finch with sunflower seed and ready to go.

I saw a Baltimore Oriole the other day. 114 more words

Books

Baltimore Orioles

I usually start seeing this species in our area from mid-to-late September through the cold winter months. Many of them migrate south of Tallahassee but quite a few of them remain here taking advantage of backyard bird feeders and fruit trees. 121 more words

Florida

Who's here?

Keeto often asks us, “Who’s here?”   Well, this morning, when I opened up the blinds to look at the back yard, I was excited to see a flock of baltimore orioles in the bird bath/fountain that I put out in the spring.  69 more words

Photoblog

Really, tell me more …

You’re kidding me …

I’m telling you, it’s not fake news.

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