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Recent content by knnthdhrvy

  1. Hooded merganser

    Hooded merganser

    I was out exploring a wetland near Lockhart, TX when a couple of male Hooded mergansers flew by. I was able to get a pretty clear capture of this one.
  2. Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird, rare for central Texas. First sighted on October 10, 2021. He has been competing with honey bees lately for sugar water at the feeder.
  3. Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird in a nose dive toward the feeder
  4. Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird during his daily competition with the honey bees at the feeders.
  5. Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird

    This broad-billed hummingbird is a rare bird for Central Texas. First sighted on October 10, this bird is a continuing resident in my backyard. Freezing temperatures last night, and he was up and at 'em this morning at the feeders. He perched in the sun for warmth most of the day.
  6. Wilson's Phalarope

    Wilson's Phalarope

    Was thrilled to get this beauty to put on my lifer list.
  7. Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird

    Broad-billed hummingbird, resident of my backyard in Schertz, TX since October 10, 2021. These hummingbirds usually live in Mexico or Southeast Arizona. He's either lost or saw my backyard on Google Maps and decided that's where he needs to be.
  8. knnthdhrvy

    Comment by 'knnthdhrvy' in media 'Rufous-crowned Sparrow.jpg'

    Nice capture Stanley!
  9. Downy woodpecker

    Downy woodpecker

    Bark butter, cedar fence post segment, D500, and viola!
  10. Red-eyed vireo

    Red-eyed vireo

    Lifer! Red-eyed vireo
  11. knnthdhrvy

    Red-eyed vireo? - Central Texas, USA

    I don't think I've ever seen one of these, and just want to confirm what I think it is from my field guide. Request confirmation of red-eyed vireo, or correct ID. Central Texas, Palmetto State park near Gonzales, TX. This afternoon, Monday May 10. Thank you.
  12. painted bunting, female

    painted bunting, female

    I haven't been able to get out to the bird parks lately, so it's always good when the painted buntings come to you. This photo doesn't really do this pretty bird justice. If you look closely at this species, the females have many of the same colors of the males, but they are more subtle and...
  13. painted bunting, male

    painted bunting, male

    Haven't been able to get out a lot lately, so it's always good when the painted buntings come to visit the backyard.
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