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  1. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

    At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  2. Black Skimmer 74_6249.jpg

    Black Skimmer 74_6249.jpg

    At Huntington Beach State Park
  3. Cooper Hawk

    Cooper Hawk

    Yesterday while sitting on my back porch I heard a Gray Squirrel give the warning yell. I looked around for a few minutes and saw nothing and then a moment later he showed up. Ready to pounce on something. An unexpected visitor.
  4. Protonatory Warbler  74_7698.jpg

    Protonatory Warbler 74_7698.jpg

    Looking forward to spring to see this guy again. I've found a pair there each of the last 4 or 5 years. At Collins Creek Landing, Murrells Inlet, SC
  5. Pine Warbler

    Pine Warbler

    Pine Warbler
  6. Pine Warbler

    Pine Warbler

  7. White Ibis

    White Ibis

    At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  8. Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

    Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

    Red-bellied Woodpecker
  9. Red-breasted Nuthatch and no reports

    Red-breasted Nuthatch and no reports

    8 years ago from tomorrow, an irruption started with these Nuthatches so I wonder if another irruption is under it's way. If so, be prepared for a few more images of these guys/gals.
  10. Osprey

    Osprey

    At Huntington Beach State Park
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    DSCN2327.JPG

    Great-tailed Grackle
  12. White-throated Sparrow.jpg

    White-throated Sparrow.jpg

    White-Throated Sparrow
  13. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

    Another sunset image. This one is a male Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
  14. Baltimore Oriole caught in the setting sun

    Baltimore Oriole caught in the setting sun

  15. Dunlins

    Dunlins

    I was stopped on the causeway shooting form the car when I spotted a Mink in the tidal marsh. First one I've seen in years! But I never got a clear shot. Then they guys flew in and I got off two quick shots. At
  16. Northern Mockingbird  - Time of day makes this a B & W image.

    Northern Mockingbird - Time of day makes this a B & W image.

    "A medium-sized songbird, a bit more slender than a thrush and with a longer tail. Mockingbirds have small heads, a long, thin bill with a hint of a downward curve, and long legs. Their wings are short, rounded, and broad, making the tail seem particularly long in flight."
  17. Chipping Sparrow 3.jpg

    Chipping Sparrow 3.jpg

    Another angle of the Chipping Sparrow
  18. Dark-eyed Junco

    Dark-eyed Junco

    landed in the perfect spot on this gloomy day. The dark-eyed junco is a species of junco, a group of small, grayish New World sparrows. This bird is common across much of temperate North America.
  19. Boat-tailed grackle, Female

    Boat-tailed grackle, Female

    Interesting that there were about 40 females in this area, but not one male. Males are all black. Then somewhere else I saw about 30 male red-winged blackbirds on a lawn but not one female. Almost never see them other then a single male or paired with the female. At Morse Park, Murrells...
  20. Carolina Wren

    Carolina Wren

    Nikon D850, 600mm f/4 ED IF AIS Nikkor
  21. Sparrow

    Sparrow

    I hope I got this ID correct! At Collins Creek Landing, Murrells Inlet, SC
  22. Always Seen in the Pine Straw

    Always Seen in the Pine Straw

    Rarely seen but when I do, they are always checking for bugs in the pine straw
  23. Yellow Warbler, female

    Yellow Warbler, female

    Got lucky at the park this morning. Had to be quick on this one! At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  24. Breakfast On the Deck!

    Breakfast On the Deck!

    We were eating breakfast 20 feet from the inlet on a beautiful morning! At Murrells Inlet, SC
  25. Purple Martin

    Purple Martin

    We were eating breakfast on the lawn of friends 15 feet from the inlet. There were a number of martin house near by. My wife asked me if I had my camera. Need I say more! lol!
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