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St. Marys, GeorgiaLat: 30.76, Long: -81.57
Keep it Steady
May be molting or juvenile with duller color. Ruby-throated are the only hummingbirds that breed east of the Mississippi River. I guess anythings possible though. Great spotting!
These are great to see. I think because of the region your in it's a Ruby-throated. Maybe female or juvenile.
It might be a banded argiope. Great find.
Looks kind of like a broad headed skink. Cool shot.
I think you have a bald cypress in this picture. The knobs or roots coming out the water are called "knees". Great shot!
The colors in these pictures are amazing! Great spotting!
Thank you. I wasn't able to save it without naming the spotting. If anyone has an idea on the right name or can confirm It I'd appreciate it.
Very impressive bird. I especially like its hunting techniques.
I've only seen brown and southern here in Georgia but I think you got a great point with the type of web. Widows' webs are tough and usually somewhat unorganized. With the lack of markings it could be female not yet turned all black.