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south carolina

  1. Anhinga


    From the balcony
  2. Just chilling out

    Just chilling out

    American Blue Jay
  3. Golden jewel

    Golden jewel

    American Goldfinch (male)
  4. Red-bellied Woodpecker

    Red-bellied Woodpecker

    Back and forth to the feeder with a mouth full! Feeding the young? Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  5. Long-billed Dowatchers

    Long-billed Dowatchers

    Getting tired of dowachers? ;o) At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  6. Boat-tailed Grackle

    Boat-tailed Grackle

    At Huntington Beach State Park
  7. One of my Red Heads

    One of my Red Heads

    Red-headed Woodpecker The red-headed woodpecker is a small or medium-sized woodpecker from temperate North America. Their breeding habitat is open country across southern Canada and the eastern-central United States.
  8. A true pleasure for this visitor

    A true pleasure for this visitor

    Indigo Bunting Only the head is indigo. The wings and tail are black with cerulean blue edges. In fall and winter plumage, the male has brown edges to the blue body and head feathers, which overlap to make the bird appear mostly brown. The adult female is brown on the upperparts and lighter...
  9. My Hermie

    My Hermie

    Hermit Thrushes have a chunky shape similar to an American Robin, but smaller. They stand upright, often with the slender, straight bill slightly raised. Like other thrushes, the head is round and the tail fairly long.
  10. Momma taking a break

    Momma taking a break

    Female Eastern Bluebird Females are grayish above with bluish wings and tail, and a subdued orange-brown breast.
  11. Such a cutie

    Such a cutie

    Tufted Titmouse are regulars at backyard bird feeders, especially in winter. They prefer sunflower seeds but will eat suet, peanuts, and other seeds as well. A little gray bird with an echoing voice, the Tufted Titmouse is common in eastern deciduous forests and a frequent visitor to feeders.
  12. Downy Woodpecker

    Downy Woodpecker

  13. Blue Jay

    Blue Jay

    Noisy and aggressive toward other birds but a a beautiful bird nonetheless
  14. Snowy_Egret


    Among the most elegant of the herons, the slender Snowy Egret sets off immaculate white plumage with black legs and brilliant yellow feet. Male and female Snowy Egrets take turns incubating their eggs. As one mate takes over for the other, it sometimes presents a stick, almost as if passing a...
  15. Brown Thrasher

    Brown Thrasher

  16. Juvenile Brown Thrasher.jpg

    Juvenile Brown Thrasher.jpg

    The Juvenile Brown Thrasher has blue or steel-gray eyes now but will eventually change to yellow.
  17. Long-billed Dowatchers

    Long-billed Dowatchers

    I had a lot of fun with these guys! At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  18. Red-wimged Blackbird, Female

    Red-wimged Blackbird, Female

    Took me a while to figure out this was a juvie female. The beak gives her away and the fact that there were other RWB's in the area. Hope I'm correct! At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  19. Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos)

    Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos)

  20. Greater Yellowlegs

    Greater Yellowlegs

    What else would I be? At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  21. Blue Gray Gnatcatcher

    Blue Gray Gnatcatcher

    I know, anther gnatcatcher! ;o) At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  22. Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata)

    Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata)

    Noisy and they can be aggressive, but you can't deny what beautiful birds they are!
  23. Yellow-rumped Warbler

    Yellow-rumped Warbler

    Haven't posted these in a while and since then the colors now have really picked up. Breeding Plumage I suspect.
  24. Painted Bunting, Male

    Painted Bunting, Male

    This is for you Daniel, they are back. Taken near the causeway observation deck at Huntington Beach State Park. Not my best shot of these guys, but he was high in a tree.
  25. Orchard Oriole  75_1281.jpg

    Orchard Oriole 75_1281.jpg

    First sighting of the male. Just one of the female years ago nearby this location at Huntington Beach State Park, SC