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  1. Hermit Thrush.jpg

    Hermit Thrush.jpg

  2. Missy

    Missy

    Female Baltimore Oriole
  3. American Goldfinch 2.jpg

    American Goldfinch 2.jpg

    So I assume this is a Male? Still don't know the difference however this one is more colorful. Hope you like it. I have enjoyed rare success attracting them this year and happier for it. A funny story, I trimmed my beard and butchered it. So I went clean-shaven and now I look like I lost...
  4. On your mark, Get ready and Go.

    On your mark, Get ready and Go.

    Female Northern Cardinal
  5. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

    Did you expect me to stay still? Got this guy not 5 minutes after the kinglet I last posted. At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  6. Out of the Darkness

    Out of the Darkness

    Palm Warbler
  7. And the perch it was approaching yesterday ;)

    And the perch it was approaching yesterday ;)

    Ruby-crowned Kinglet Ruby-crowned Kinglets are olive-green birds with a prominent white eyering and white wingbar.
  8. Approaching a perch

    Approaching a perch

    Ruby-crowned Kinglet: Ruby-crowned Kinglets are olive-green birds with a prominent white eyering and white wingbar.
  9. Wood stork  74_9466.jpg

    Wood stork 74_9466.jpg

    Surprised to see a pair flying around the area already yesterday! This one was at Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  10. Northern Cardinal.jpg

    Northern Cardinal.jpg

    The Northern Cardinals are really red right now being that the breeding season is around the corner.
  11. Tufted Titmouse

    Tufted Titmouse

    A little gray bird with an echoing voice
  12. Carolina Wren1.jpg

    Carolina Wren1.jpg

    A bird that makes his home here! He is a loud singer and carries a great posture. He has nested in my wife's plants on the front porch. He is the first thing I hear in the morning like clockwork, he is the alarm that wakes you up.
  13. American Goldfinch 1.jpg

    American Goldfinch 1.jpg

    I have no idea if this is male or female and why the background is so smooth. I have gotten smooth backgrounds before but this one is my best unfortunately it's on a feeder but what the heck for laughing out loud.
  14. Fly by

    Fly by

    Red-shouldered Hawk
  15. Male Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

    Male Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

  16. Female Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

    Female Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

  17. Boat-tailed Grackle

    Boat-tailed Grackle

    I think Boat-tailed, but maybe Common. We have a lot of BTs here. At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  18. White-throated Sparrow

    White-throated Sparrow

    Finally got one to stay out of the bushes at Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  19. Eastern Towhee

    Eastern Towhee

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

    Pine on Pine

    Pine Warbler. They don't make it easy with all the Pine trees I have in my yard
  21. 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.
  22. female Brown Pelican.jpg

    female Brown Pelican.jpg

    Female Brown Pelican
  23. Male Brown Pelican.jpg

    Male Brown Pelican.jpg

  24. Double-crested Cormorant

    Double-crested Cormorant

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

    Tricolored Heron.jpg

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