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  1. Re-eyed vireo, Colorado

    Re-eyed vireo, Colorado

    Red-eyed vireo spotted along a river/lake
  2. Virginia Rail Chick, Colorado

    Virginia Rail Chick, Colorado

    This chick was out with an adult
  3. Virginia Rail, Colorado

    Virginia Rail, Colorado

    Adult rail in the wetlands west of our home
  4. Virginia Rail in Colorado

    Virginia Rail in Colorado

    A pair of Virginia Rails have been hiding out in some reeds/cattails in a pond near our home
  5. Two arguing eagles

    Two arguing eagles

    She was having none of it!
  6. Two arguing eagles

    Two arguing eagles

    The male tried to get a word in edgewise
  7. Two arguing eagles

    Two arguing eagles

    The female was definitely not happy
  8. W

    Colorado (sharp-shinned?) hawk with black and white breast

    This bird looks like a sharp-shinned hawk, but it's breast is mostly black, with some white specks. This image was taken in Denver, and it has been very cold for several days. Sorry for blurry image.
  9. Red Tail Hawk

    Red Tail Hawk

    Red Tail flying overhead
  10. Red Tail Hawk

    Red Tail Hawk

    Red Tail calling next to it’s nest
  11. Red Tail Hawk

    Red Tail Hawk

    Here’s a Red Tail returning to the tree with its nest One of my favorite photos I’ve taken of a hawk this year
  12. American Dipper under the overpass

    American Dipper under the overpass

    A pair of nesting dippers were active at an underpass along the Big Thompson River
  13. Watson Lake landing on the cliff

    Watson Lake landing on the cliff

    Watson Lake, Larimer County Colorado, is home to a pair of nesting golden eagles. This eagle had just been relieved at the nest and was enjoying a little free time.
  14. Neighborhood Golden Eagle

    Neighborhood Golden Eagle

    While watching a lake full of red-head ducks, the local golden eagle flew directly overhead. This photo is only slightly cropped. It was that close.
  15. Ferruginous Hawk Yoga

    Ferruginous Hawk Yoga

    This hawk had been standing in one spot for over a half hour, and finally needed a stretch. So did the photographer.
  16. Western Grebe

    Western Grebe

    Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis)
  17. Mother of Eight

    Mother of Eight

    Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos platyrhynchos) female.
  18. American Robin (juvenile)

    American Robin (juvenile)

    American Robin (Turdus migratorius) juvenile.
  19. Blue Dasher, Male

    Blue Dasher, Male

    Blue Dasher (Pachydiplax longipennis: Libellulidae)) male. 2.8-4.5 cm (1.1-1.8 in) long. I am off to take my wife to another dog show. I will be back posting Monday. I hope everybody has a great weekend. Cheers! Stanley
  20. Small Wood-Nymph

    Small Wood-Nymph

    Small Wood-Nymph (Cercyonis oetus: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 3.2-4.5 cm (1.3-1.8 in).
  21. White-breasted Nuthatch

    White-breasted Nuthatch

    White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis nelsoni)
  22. Swainson's Hawk

    Swainson's Hawk

    Swainson’s Hawk (Buteo swainsoni).
  23. Common Raven Flying High

    Common Raven Flying High

    Common Raven (Corvus corax sinuatus) Flying high.
  24. House Finch (male)

    House Finch (male)

    House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus) male.
  25. Band-winged Meadowhawk (female)

    Band-winged Meadowhawk (female)

    Band-winged Meadowhawk (Sympetrum semicintum: Libellulidae) female. 2.4-4.0 cm (0.9-1.3 in) long.