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  1. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'AwolBirder' in media 'Great spring migration. Danses of cranes'

    That is such a great picture! You definitely captured the natural actions of these birds. Thanks for sharing!
  2. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'AwolBirder' in media 'White Crowned Sparrow'

    Ok! I will make sure to do that in the future. Thanks!
  3. White Crowned Sparrow

    White Crowned Sparrow

    White Crowned Sparrow hanging out in large brush pile of various plants including Russian olive.
  4. AwolBirder

    Hello from Holland Michigan US.

    Hello rchhamilton! I hope that you enjoy Bird Forum! My grandparents actually live in Holland MI so I get to visit that area every year or so and I love the birding opportunities. Glad to see you here!
  5. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'AwolBirder' in media 'Cuban Pewee'

    Thank you everyone! I did a little more research into it but there isn't a whole lot as it doesn't visit the states very often.
  6. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'AwolBirder' in media 'White breasted Nuthatch'

    Nice! I have a few around my house, but like you said, they are usually always moving and very hard to capture on a camera:)
  7. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'A bright spotting in my day'

    Beatiful capture!
  8. Cuban Pewee

    Cuban Pewee

    I was sooooooooooooooooooo lucky to see this bird. I was walking down a path at Big Pine Key-Blue Hole Nature Area and I met some very nice guys with cameras and knowlegde of the area. I was talking with them and they showed me a picture of this Cuban Pewee and told me where to find it. The only...
  9. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'Guest' in media ''SF' 'Here catch!''

    Tht is so cool!
  10. Willet


    Same beach as the Snowy Egret. It was really coo to see! Brown Pelicans were everywhere but I never got a good chance to take a picture. Maybe Tomorrow!
  11. Snowy Egret on Daytona Beach

    Snowy Egret on Daytona Beach

    Hello Florida! I am finally here and I will keep updating pictures as I get them. Enjoy!
  12. AwolBirder

    The Grand Valley (Grand Junction, Delta, Fruita, Clifton and Palisade)

    Hello Everyone! I have moderate information of this area and I will share all I can, so feel free to ask questions! I also was wondering, has everyone in this area been having trouble feeding suet? For some reason, I can't get any woodpeckers or any suet eating birds at my station.
  13. AwolBirder

    Hello to everyone here

    We are right with you! :) It is very nice to be able to talk to others about the birds. Welcome and I hope that you enjoy you time here!
  14. AwolBirder

    Howdy all y'all

  15. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'At last'

    Congratulations! It is a nice picture! Do you know if their range extends into the U.S.?
  16. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'unusual setting'

    Nice Photo! Do you see them often?
  17. AwolBirder

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Lady of the Glades'

    I am visiting Florida in November and I am hoping to spend a lot of time in the Everglades. I hope that I will get to see one! Very cool Picture!
  18. Cassin's Finch

    Cassin's Finch

    I took this pic this morning in my backyard, and it is the first Cassin's Finch this autumn! I tried getting him in flight, but all those turned out blurry. Still enjoyed seeing him though!
  19. Western Scrub Jay's

    Western Scrub Jay's

    I was sitting by my feeders today and had the opportunity to photograph these two beautiful birds! I am not quite sure why, but they prefer shelled peanuts to ones still in the shells. My only guess is that they want an immediate and easy food source. I hope they come back! It honestly came out...
  20. AwolBirder

    Hello from Grand Junction Colorado!

    Hello Everyone! I am so glad to be here! I was previously on a different website but they closed down so I searched google for birding forums. I am very glad that I found this and I look forward to sharing what I find and reading the posts of everyone else. My user name might be a little funny...