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CoastalJHawk

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

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CoastalJHawk Roseate Spoonbill
Roseate Spoonbill commented on by CoastalJHawk Louisiana, USA6 years ago

Love to see these. I saw Roseate Spoonbills on the 4th of July. Better than seeing fireworks!

CoastalJHawk Wood Stork
Wood Stork commented on by CoastalJHawk Louisiana, USA6 years ago

Nice shot in flight. Looks like a Wood Stork.

CoastalJHawk Barn Swallow
Barn Swallow commented on by CoastalJHawk Ocracoke, North Carolina, USA6 years ago

Awesome pics! They never stay still long enough for me to get a good shot.

CoastalJHawk Red-Shouldered Hawk (Juvenile)
Red-Shouldered Hawk (Juvenile) commented on by CoastalJHawk Homestead, Florida, USA6 years ago

Great picture. I'm thinking maybe a juvenile Red-shouldered Hawk.

CoastalJHawk Snowy Owl
Snowy Owl commented on by CoastalJHawk Tybee Island, Georgia, USA7 years ago

Awesome spotting! I remember the Snowy on Jekyll Island. A celebrity owl:)

CoastalJHawk Lesser Scaup
Lesser Scaup commented on by CoastalJHawk Iowa, USA7 years ago

What a find! Awesome shots. Greater or Lesser Scaup maybe?

CoastalJHawk Tufted Duck
Tufted Duck commented on by CoastalJHawk City of Westminster, England, United Kingdom7 years ago

Great shot. These ducks have been showing up on the ABA rarity list spotted in Northern US states.

CoastalJHawk Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron commented on by CoastalJHawk Bay Lake, Florida, USA7 years ago

Ronald, I think so or it's a popular spot for Great Blues. It was on the 25th of March.

CoastalJHawk Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron commented on by CoastalJHawk Bay Lake, Florida, USA7 years ago

I've got that exact same bird and location in my PN spottings. No reason to give up a good fishing spot:)

CoastalJHawk Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by CoastalJHawk Richmond, Virginia, USA7 years ago

The way it's using its tail for balance resembles a woodpecker or sapsucker. Maybe a Flicker.