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  1. Pearl Crescent, Lick Creek Park.jpg

    Pearl Crescent, Lick Creek Park.jpg

    Pearl Crescent (Phyciodes tharos: Nymphalidae) Wingspan: 2.5-3.8 cm (1.0-1.5 in).
  2. Brewer's Blackbird -female

    Brewer's Blackbird -female

  3. Common Grackle , male

    Common Grackle , male

    Thanks for your kind words on my last pictures
  4. European Starling, Veterans Park.jpg

    European Starling, Veterans Park.jpg

    European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) Also known as the Common Starling. Breeding plumage showing its bright yellow bill.
  5. Male, Indigo Bunting

    Male, Indigo Bunting

    How about another look at the beauty I got from the Lord for Easter, the Indigo Bunting. Unbelievable beauty in my eyes anyway, however, like KC has said I like all birds.
  6. Great-tailed Grackle

    Great-tailed Grackle

    Otherworldly shrieks, brazen demeanor, and a tail that sometimes seems to defy the laws of aerodynamics make the Great-tailed Grackle hard to miss although females such as this are more muted in their appearance. Birds in Northern California are presumably the smaller western Q. m. nelsoni.
  7. Rock doves on a chimney.

    Rock doves on a chimney.

    Lovey dovey. Rock dove couple being tenderly affectionate late in the afternoon.
  8. Flicker on roof 2.jpg

    Flicker on roof 2.jpg

    Northern flicker on a shed roof, rummaging through tree debris.
  9. Flicker on roof

    Flicker on roof

    Northern Flicker on a shed roof rummaging through tree debris.
  10. Sandhill Crane-2

    Sandhill Crane-2

    Walking across a soybean field that hasn't been planted yet this year. Mate was just ahead.
  11. Downy Woodpecker

    Downy Woodpecker

  12. White-Faced Ibis

    White-Faced Ibis

  13. Another Lucky Day

    Another Lucky Day

    At Huntington Beach State Park, SC
  14. Juvenile Sharp Shinned hawk

    Juvenile Sharp Shinned hawk

    The Sharp shinned hawk is still hanging around.
  15. Family

    Family

    Parental guidance suggested.
  16. Little Wood-Satyr, Lick Creek.jpg

    Little Wood-Satyr, Lick Creek.jpg

    Little Wood-Satyr (Megisto cymeia: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 4.1-4.8 cm (1.63-1.88 in).
  17. Little Wood-Satyr, Lick Creek.jpg

    Little Wood-Satyr, Lick Creek.jpg

    Little Wood-Satyr (Megisto cymeia: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 4.1-4.8 cm (1.63-1.88 in).
  18. House Sparrow (male).jpg

    House Sparrow (male).jpg

    House Sparrow (Passer domesticus domesticus) male.
  19. Red-winged Blackbird

    Red-winged Blackbird

    This is an adult male of our local resident subspecies A. p. mailliardorum (Bicolored Blackbird). The male's median wing coverts are mostly black (not yellow), so when not displaying, it shows very little color. When the lesser coverts (epaulets) are exposed by raised scapulars during display...
  20. Altercation in the Air

    Altercation in the Air

    These two were having a dispute over something!
  21. Male Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis)

    Male Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis)

  22. Male Red Bellied Woodpecker (Melanerpes carolinus)

    Male Red Bellied Woodpecker (Melanerpes carolinus)

  23. Red-bellied Woodpecker

    Red-bellied Woodpecker

    Red-bellied Woodpecker on old root
  24. Leap

    Leap

    House Finch
  25. Say Ahhhh

    Say Ahhhh

    Egret staring at this Pelican like what is up with that guy? lol
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