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HeatherMiller

HeatherMiller

Law school grad, online geek, Noah Ranger, amateur Photographer, Back Yard Gardener, Artist, & currently a 3rd grade teacher.

Decatur, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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HeatherMiller Cedar Waxwing
Cedar Waxwing commented on by HeatherMiller Tennessee, USA7 years ago

Beautiful composition!

HeatherMiller Red-bellied Woodpecker
Red-bellied Woodpecker commented on by HeatherMiller Florida, USA7 years ago

nice angle

HeatherMiller Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by HeatherMiller Texas, USA10 years ago

Sunflower

HeatherMiller American Goldfinch
American Goldfinch commented on by HeatherMiller Georgia, USA10 years ago

iphone pic - which was on full zoom. I saw about 5 of them, all fairly skinny. I think they might be a year or less old because they were all skinny.

HeatherMiller Black kangaroo paw
Black kangaroo paw commented on by HeatherMiller Perth, Western Australia, Australia10 years ago

I saw it in red at the nursery and bought it. One lived and one didn't. I just posted a pic of the red in my yard that survived. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/262... They are neat plants.

HeatherMiller Salvia - not Lavender
Salvia - not Lavender commented on by HeatherMiller Decatur, Georgia, USA10 years ago

OH Salvia....that would make sense. Thanks Laura Pound.

HeatherMiller Magnolia
Magnolia commented on by HeatherMiller Newport Beach, California, USA10 years ago

That is the seed pod of a Magnolia. Sometimes they fall so hard they can dent car hoods.

HeatherMiller Red-bellied Woodpecker
Red-bellied Woodpecker commented on by HeatherMiller Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA10 years ago

Pretty Male. Females only have a red rectangle on their foreheads. Males have a full red mow hawk.

HeatherMiller American robin
American robin commented on by HeatherMiller New York, USA10 years ago

the brown belly and the white around the eyes are dead give-aways for the ID.

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