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CoastalJHawk

St. Marys, GeorgiaLat: 30.76, Long: -81.57

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CoastalJHawk Ruby-throated Hummingbird
Ruby-throated Hummingbird commented on by CoastalJHawk Fernandina Beach, Florida, USAa year ago

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!

CoastalJHawk Cairns Birdwing
Cairns Birdwing commented on by CoastalJHawk Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USAa year ago

Amazing!!!

CoastalJHawk Ruby-throated Hummingbird
Ruby-throated Hummingbird commented on by CoastalJHawk Fernandina Beach, Florida, USAa year ago

These are great to see. I think because of the region your in it's a Ruby-throated. Maybe female or juvenile.

CoastalJHawk Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by CoastalJHawk Mobile, Alabama, USAa year ago

It might be a banded argiope. Great find.

CoastalJHawk Broad-headed Skink
Broad-headed Skink commented on by CoastalJHawk Virginia, USAa year ago

Looks kind of like a broad headed skink. Cool shot.

CoastalJHawk Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by CoastalJHawk North Carolina, USAa year ago

I think you have a bald cypress in this picture. The knobs or roots coming out the water are called "knees". Great shot!

CoastalJHawk Virginia Rail
Virginia Rail commented on by CoastalJHawk Montréal, Québec, Canadaa year ago

The colors in these pictures are amazing! Great spotting!

CoastalJHawk Stink Bug
Stink Bug commented on by CoastalJHawk Georgia, USAa year ago

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.

CoastalJHawk The Secretary Bird
The Secretary Bird commented on by CoastalJHawk Singapore, Singaporea year ago

Very impressive bird. I especially like its hunting techniques.

CoastalJHawk Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by CoastalJHawk Washington, USAa year ago

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.