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  1. Eastern Towhee

    Eastern Towhee

    It's been a long time since the last sighting of this guy! At Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet, SC
  2. Pine on Pine

    Pine on Pine

    Pine Warbler. They don't make it easy with all the Pine trees I have in my yard
  3. American Robin.jpg

    American Robin.jpg

    They make beautiful sounds and they are big compare to the European robin. Not as glamorous but nothing to ignore either.
  4. female Brown Pelican.jpg

    female Brown Pelican.jpg

    Female Brown Pelican
  5. Male Brown Pelican.jpg

    Male Brown Pelican.jpg

  6. Double-crested Cormorant

    Double-crested Cormorant

    At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  7. Tricolored Heron.jpg

    Tricolored Heron.jpg

    Formerly called the "Louisiana Heron, "this is one of the most abundant herons in the Deep South.
  8. Gadwalls

    Gadwalls

    At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  9. Hooded Merganser Male and Females.

    Hooded Merganser Male and Females.

    I rate these up there with the Wood Ducks. In other words, they are like my favorites of the Duck World here in the North America Continent.
  10. Fly By

    Fly By

    Barn Swallow Glistening cobalt blue above and tawny below
  11. Gold Finch

    Gold Finch

    First male I've seen in a while! At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  12. Great Egret.jpg

    Great Egret.jpg

    Eating Lizards and enjoying some rare sunlight.
  13. Hooded Merganser 2.jpg

    Hooded Merganser 2.jpg

    Male Hooded Merganser
  14. Hooded Merganser.jpg

    Hooded Merganser.jpg

    Upon my exit from Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina I spotted these beautiful ducks. Even the unlucky get lucky sometimes.
  15. Painted Bunting, Female

    Painted Bunting, Female

    At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  16. Male Purple finch.jpg

    Male Purple finch.jpg

    I don't know who named this bird however I think he should be named, "Strawberry Finch,". I posted this bird before but I think this picture is better than the first one I did this year. (have you done that?)
  17. Eastern Bluebird

    Eastern Bluebird

    Arrived a month earlier than usual. I sure hope it means spring is on its way.
  18. Happy Valentines Day BF Buddies!

    Happy Valentines Day BF Buddies!

    At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  19. Female Northern Cardinal

    Female Northern Cardinal

    I try to give you guys some variety of my pictures and this lovely female Cardinal came up. I haven't posted a female Northern Cardinal since September of last year. I think she looks precious. I regret posting yesterday's photo (you ever do that?) it wasn't very colorful at all.
  20. When you wish upon a star

    When you wish upon a star

    Ruby-crowned Kinglet even showing a speck of th Ruby crown. Ruby-crowned Kinglets are olive-green birds with a prominent white eyering and white wingbar. This wingbar contrasts with an adjacent blackish bar in the wing. The “ruby crown” of the male is only occasionally visible.
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