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eye-ring update and my error.....

Ah, dear Friends,

As is my wont, I asked some of my birder friends to help me identify the bird I posted yesterday as a new life list bird, a blue-headed vireo.   230 more words

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eye-ring...

I heard that a blue-headed vireo had been seen at Jordan Lake.
I didn’t even know there was such a vireo.
This morning I was photographing a mixed flock of palm, prairie and pine warblers. 30 more words

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well, drat, I left out a photo...

I do believe the excessive heat here in NC may have gotten to doc…
when I posted the Accipiter photos last night I left off the 3rd shot in the series…….. 25 more words

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eye of the raptor, 2 photos

The eye of a raptor gleams with its dominance of the skies.
This is an immature Accipiter, most likely a Cooper’s hawk.
It soon got tired of the crows that were pestering it. 23 more words

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magic happens

Sometimes magic happens at Jordan Lake –
and I am there to record it.
Enjoy the photo and the video!
video at https://flic.kr/p/LbwXQG

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too darn hot

It was so darn hot at the lake today.
This eagle flew past me and it was panting –
and still panting when it landed. 11 more words

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why the stare

Most of the photographers and bird watchers at Jordan Lake
have noted the intense direct stare at them of an osprey as he passes by with his catch. 32 more words

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