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  1. Yellow-rumped Warbler

    Yellow-rumped Warbler

  2. Red-headed Woodpecker

    Red-headed Woodpecker

  3. Blue Jay

    Blue Jay

    Though this splendid bird still is supposed to be 'common' one does not see them that much around anymore, at least not as frequent as before in Atlanta. On the premises of beautiful Decatur Cemetery a few couples can be found, F.
  4. Ruby-crowned Kinglet

    Ruby-crowned Kinglet

  5. Red-bellied Woodpecker

    Red-bellied Woodpecker

  6. American Bittern

    American Bittern

  7. Nothern Flicker

    Nothern Flicker

  8. Hermit Thrush

    Hermit Thrush

  9. Blue-grey Gnatcatcher

    Blue-grey Gnatcatcher

  10. Carolina Wren

    Carolina Wren

  11. Eastern Towhee

    Eastern Towhee

  12. Tufted Titmouse

    Tufted Titmouse

  13. Wood Duck

    Wood Duck

  14. Pine Warbler

    Pine Warbler

  15. Red-shouldered Hawk

    Red-shouldered Hawk

  16. Eastern Bluebird

    Eastern Bluebird

  17. Central Georgia Swallow-Tailed Kite

    Central Georgia Swallow-Tailed Kite

    Caught these images with cell phone while cutting grass. I have never seen a Kite before and I understand that this species is 'Rare' in the state of Georgia.
  18. Catbird


  19. Carolina Wren

    Carolina Wren

  20. Red-tailed Hawk

    Red-tailed Hawk

  21. Ring Ouzel

    Ring Ouzel

  22. Fire-fronted Serin

    Fire-fronted Serin

  23. Rosy Starling

    Rosy Starling

  24. Summer Tanager (Piranga rubra)

    Summer Tanager (Piranga rubra)

    Adult male Summer Tanager perched in my Pecan Tree. Hephzibah, GA.
  25. Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea)(Rare Bird Sighting)

    Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea)(Rare Bird Sighting)

    This photo documents the rare sighting of a single adult Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea) at West Point Lake, Georgia on January 29, 2010. This bird is a resident of the ice fields of the high Arctic and very seldom strays south of the Bering sea. This may be the southern most sighting of this...