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  1. Gull-billed Tern

    Gull-billed Tern

    Same location, different day, so I cannot know if it is same individual as last time I uploaded a photo of a Gull billed tern.
  2. Yellow-crowned Night Heron

    Yellow-crowned Night Heron

    What I believe is an invertebrate in its beak was disappearing (eaten) during the next few seconds.
  3. Red-winged Blackbird

    Red-winged Blackbird

    This bird looks like it is ready to fly, but that was actually not what happened. It stayed around for a while yet.
  4. Great Blue Heron

    Great Blue Heron

    This bird was stationary on this spot a bit into the reed-bed for at least 1 hour. Much of the time was spent preening.
  5. Dunlin


    Even though the belly patch might actually be mud, I still feel this is a Dunlin.
  6. Great Blue Heron

    Great Blue Heron

    Magnolia Gardens Rookery
  7. Great Egret in breeding plumage..jpg

    Great Egret in breeding plumage..jpg

  8. Great Egret.jpg

    Great Egret.jpg

    Eating Lizards and enjoying some rare sunlight.
  9. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker.jpg

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker.jpg

    I don't get to see these often and I'm so happy when I do. They make beautiful sounds and a course so pretty to look at.
  10. Egret and Oystercatcher

    Egret and Oystercatcher

    Egret and Oystercatcher, Shem Creek, Charleston County SC.