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An Elvis Presley Do, Wood Duck

I’ve never seen a Wood Duck with a top knot like this one has. That things is huge !

The lady nearby was impressed too. 18 more words

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Ibis Overhead

This year looks to belong to the White Ibis. They are common, and seeing them is not unusual, except the numbers of them.

At first I assumed a larger flock (these captured here) was passing through the swamps. 77 more words

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HOW CAN THE BEATING WINGS OF A SNOWY OWL BE QUIETER THAN A BUTTERFLY'S WING BEATS? - By Kim Smith

Snowy Owl Hedwig Preparing for Take-off

Several times Hedwig has flown so close that I can feel the swooshing wind around her, but I wondered, why her wingbeats are virtually soundless. 196 more words

Gloucester

St Combs

This week, we are at the lovely little fishing village of St Combs which is on the coast just near Fraserburgh.  We have been to St Combs before but the beach is just lovely and worthy of a return visit!  133 more words

Out And About

Blue Filter, Herons

Photographed in a location that will give a back lit image just about every early spring evening.

Typically these shots will have a golden glow, and it’s nice. 49 more words

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HORNED LARK

A Horned Lark is the only native lark that nests in North America. They have striking face pattern with two small black “horns” that are not always noticeable. 63 more words

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