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  1. Cirl Bunting

    Cirl Bunting

  2. Mistle Thrush

    Mistle Thrush

  3. Iberian Green Woodpecker

    Iberian Green Woodpecker

  4. Ring Ouzel

    Ring Ouzel

  5. Male Black Redstart

    Male Black Redstart

  6. Long tailed tit

    Long tailed tit

    Love this little bird
  7. Blue Jay

    Blue Jay

    A blue jay perches on the side of the roof.
  8. Canadian geese

    Canadian geese

    Canadian geese head for safer ground as Connecticut's first Nor'easter of the year moves in.
  9. Female Chaffinch

    Female Chaffinch

    Female Chaffinch
  10. Images for 2022

    Images for 2022

    Images for 2022 Spent last few days ... finalizing Bird and Butterfly images for Calendar-2022 Will consist of large 12 pages ... represented here in collage ... .. that will go for distribution at the year end ... now that the Covid seems to be loosening its stranglehold ...
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    99D25387-5474-472C-BB08-06BD919C786A.jpeg

    Clever woody
  12. Cowbirds braving the rain

    Cowbirds braving the rain

    Two Brown-headed Cowbirds braving the rain
  13. Plumbeous Water Redstart

    Plumbeous Water Redstart

    Recently clicked at Jhor, on the outskirt of Kathmandu, common and beautiful Water Redstart is always great to watch
  14. Common crossbills

    Common crossbills

    One more picture of my lovely encounter with these crossbills.
  15. Rhinoceros Hornbill

    Rhinoceros Hornbill

    A pair enjoying their time on the fruiting fig tree at Kinabatangan River...
  16. Little spiderhunter

    Little spiderhunter

    Around three hours of patience on day one and around five hours waiting time on day two. It was not as boring as it may sound because many other species (birds, insects et cetera) were there as well.
  17. Exploration

    Exploration

    Many new impressions.
  18. Grey Bushchat

    Grey Bushchat

    This beautiful female Grey Bushchat was photographed quite a while ago but love to share with you all here.
  19. House Finch

    House Finch

    This female House Finch was sitting on a chair, singing. I didn't even realize that I captured it with it's mouth open until after I put the SD card into my computer and was about to print them out.
  20. WoodpeckerMaster

    Best birding trip you ever went on

    I've only gone on a couple actual trips, y'know, because I'm not really old enough to drive myself around yet... but, I have gone on many amazing birdwatching walks! So, here it is! Date: 4/5/21 Temperature: 89 F Place: The Celery Fields, Sarasota, FL Equipment: The Peterson Guide to...
  21. Isle of May Puffin WM.jpg

    Isle of May Puffin WM.jpg

    Is it a sitting Duck? No its a Puffin!
  22. Blyth's paradise flycatcher

    Blyth's paradise flycatcher

    Light was pretty good with this one. My only capture of this beautiful flycatcher.
  23. VTM

    Richard's Pipit?

    Photographed recently in Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, eastern lowlands of Nepal. Due to its size larger than the Paddyfield Pipit, seems resembles a bit but size. And bit confused. Can somebody help me confirm this bird if its RP! Thanks VTM
  24. Himalayan Vulture

    Himalayan Vulture

    Himalayan Vulture Gyps himalayensis (हिमाली गिद्ध) in Nepal, clicked recently in Koshi Tapu Wildlife Reserve of eastern lowland of Nepal. This vulture is listed as near threatened bird and found from lowland to Himalayan regions of the country.
  25. T

    HELP: Baby birds found during storm.

    There was an old dead tree some bird had been nesting in for a while. Fell over the fence into my backyard during a rough storm today. The short top section (where the nest was) broke off and fell into onto the concrete deck around the pool. Found 4 small baby birds among the wreckage (Eyes...
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