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  1. Woodpecker on tap

    Woodpecker on tap

    Was at my feeding station woodpecker landed on top of post just thought it looked funny
  2. Woodpecker sighted foraging during start of sunny day in NJ.

    Woodpecker sighted foraging during start of sunny day in NJ.

    Was Sighted Foraging near wintering Yellow Bellied Sapsucker, Red Bellied and Downy Woodpeckers. Red fox and Juvenile Great Blue heron sighted nearby as well.
  3. ShlundoKyogre

    Hairy or Downy Woodpecker in New Jersey, USA - 2/10/2024

    I was out birding at nearby Minebrook Park. I looked up and saw this amazing woodpecker in a tree above me. Would this be a Downy or Hairy Woodpecker? I know I have recently made a thread like this, but this is a completely different bird at a different location, and I think it may be a...
  4. ShlundoKyogre

    Woodpecker ID - In New Jersey, USA

    I was out birding when I saw a woodpecker that was either a Downy or Hairy. It seemed larger than the usual downy woodpeckers I get at by bird feeder and I believe it may be a hairy woodpecker. If so can someone please confirm the identification of this bird and tell me why it is a hairy...
  5. Waxwings scouting for berries to eat in NJ

    Waxwings scouting for berries to eat in NJ

    Waxwings looking for berries in January. Were seen near a large flock of robins and starlings observed eating the berries of Callery Pear 'Bradford.
  6. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker in spruce tree

    Yellow Bellied Sapsucker in spruce tree

    Sapsucker Perched on the Branch of a snow dusted Spruce Tree
  7. Sapsucker Tending to Sapwells on a Fir Tree

    Sapsucker Tending to Sapwells on a Fir Tree

    Yellow Bellied Sapsucker on Spruce Tree in NJ
  8. The Glaikit Raven

    The Glaikit Raven

    This bird was calling loudly and staring down at the ground below and as I approached, flew towards me, over my head and back ....... twice! Raven? Huge beak and really gruff call, anyone seen this behaviour before?
  9. The pygmy cormorant (Microcarbo pygmaeus)

    The pygmy cormorant (Microcarbo pygmaeus)

  10. Little bittern

    Little bittern

  11. Laughing dove

    Laughing dove

  12. Crested Partridge

    Crested Partridge

    The female looks better than the male hehehe
  13. Northern Goshawk (juvenile)

    Northern Goshawk (juvenile)

    Female juvenile Goshawk and one of four chicks fledged from a local nest in 2020. (image taken under Schedule 1 Licence)
  14. Northern Goshawk

    Northern Goshawk

    Local female Goshawk watching me as I checked her nest last Summer (under licence). She never alarm called or made a fuss which is unusual for this species. The nest itself was eye level to a footpath just metres away so her silence helped in not drawing attention to her three chicks which all...
  15. Otters

    Otters

    Otters in the night
  16. Otters

    Otters

    Otters in the night BirdMad.com
  17. Northern Goshawk (male)

    Northern Goshawk (male)

    Followed this mature male for several years in a Brecon Beacons territory but now seems to have disappeared sadly. Still the best individual Bird I have photographed.
  18. Northern Goshawk (female)

    Northern Goshawk (female)

    One of the Goshawks I monitor in the Brecon Beacons.
  19. Closest Neighbour Yawn

    Closest Neighbour Yawn

    This Photographed mammal Is A Indian Grey Mongoose, Who Lives Around Human Settlements With ease, And This Individual Was Photographed From The Closest Distance I've Ever Seen, And It's Yawning Can Make Kids Disappear In Seconds.
  20. Closest Neighbour Looks

    Closest Neighbour Looks

    This Photographed mammal Is A Indian Grey Mongoose, Who Lives Around Human Settlements With ease, And This Individual Was Photographed From The Closest Distance And Look at The looks It Gives.
  21. A

    Any suggestions for the best (video) camera available for under $100?

    Hey folks! Does anyone have any suggestions for the best quality cameras for videography that are under $100? Particularly with a powerful zoom feature? Where we live we frequently encounter wildlife, including deer, turkeys, bears, foxes, otters, porcupines, and even moose. However, we are...
  22. A

    Any information or suggestions regarding attracting weasels? Are there any ways to create a weasel-friendly yard?

    Hello, folks! I've already posted a thread regarding my curiosity regarding why weasels are so rarely encountered, particularly in the suburbs, where they are especially rare to see. Now, my question is not regarding why they behave the way they do, but rather about what their preferences are so...
  23. Scozmos

    Beyond Barry Hill

    Barry hill sits almost in front of our house. We are situated on farmland and the wildlife around blows my mind on a daily basis, may I never grow bored of it. I'd like to share what I see every day, whether at home or on our wanderings around the area. I'm a walker, who owns a couple of...
  24. Whinchat male in the reed-beds

    Whinchat male in the reed-beds

    A first for me yesterday, spotted a wee bird catching the sun, grabbed a few shots .....
  25. Kingfisher

    Kingfisher

    https://birdmad.com
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