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AshleyCollins Domestic Mallard
Domestic Mallard commented on by AshleyCollins Ohio, USA9 years ago

Thanks Emma!

AshleyCollins morgan
morgan commented on by AshleyCollins New York City, New York, USA9 years ago

I would say they are probably Quarter Horses based on the white spot on the stomach and the size. It is hard to tell without seeing them in profile and from the front to look a the conformation better. But Quarter horses are easy to train and are used often for police.

AshleyCollins Brown Pelican
Brown Pelican commented on by AshleyCollins British Virgin Islands9 years ago

What a great shot. I love the different colors of blue from the water to the sky. It looks like a great day to be a pelican!

AshleyCollins Helmeted Guinea Fowl
Helmeted Guinea Fowl commented on by AshleyCollins Arizona, USA9 years ago

They are so funny!!!

AshleyCollins ruby-throated hummingbird (juvenile male)
ruby-throated hummingbird (juvenile male) commented on by AshleyCollins Houston, Texas, USA9 years ago

This is really nice, I think it is a juvenile male.

AshleyCollins Great Egret (Breeding Plumage)
Great Egret (Breeding Plumage) commented on by AshleyCollins Escondido, California, USA9 years ago

I love the shot in the water, so peaceful!

AshleyCollins Hummingbirds
Hummingbirds commented on by AshleyCollins Maine, USA9 years ago

These are beautiful.

AshleyCollins Ring-billed Gull
Ring-billed Gull commented on by AshleyCollins Sarasota, Florida, USA9 years ago

Wonderful shot! I love the color detail on the face.

AshleyCollins (Myrtle) Yellow-rumped Warbler - female
(Myrtle) Yellow-rumped Warbler - female commented on by AshleyCollins Florida, USA9 years ago

Thanks Liam I kept thinking it looked a lot like an Eastern Phoebe but the streaking was troubling me. I can see the female yellow-rumped now that you brought it to light.

AshleyCollins Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by AshleyCollins Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA9 years ago

Looks like a white-throated sparrow but the picture i pretty dark so I cannot say absolutely.

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