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Really cool pose!
What a look! :)
Nice pics. Congratulations.
Congratulations on your SOTD! Very nice series; great shots
Thanks! Jellis...I think that her youngsters were somewhere near and she was just being protective. Making herself big. I didn't hang around ....didn't want to stress her out any more.
Yours is a great shot and love the look it's giving you. Was it windy that day?
Nice shot!congrats Marta P!!
O wow! Thank you so much everyone.
Congratulations, We had a stray that ended up here in the bay area. It was a male non-breeding. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/577...
Congrats Marta, your cute little bobolink has earned you Spotting of the Day! Bobolinks have one of the longest migrations of all the New World bird species, traveling as far as 10,000 kilometers from their wintering grounds in the Southern hemisphere to breed in North America, a journey that takes up to two months. It is believed they navigate using the stars and the Earth's magnetic field.Facebook: https://upload.facebook.com/projectnoah/...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/4...
Thank you :)
this picture makes me laugh! how cute. :D
Such a cute Bird, love that picture, MartaPoludnik.
Spotted on Jul 7, 2014 Submitted on Jul 7, 2014
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