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KimChampagne

KimChampagne

1/8/2013 Currently re-cooperating from 3 level ACDF Surgery with hardware, C4-C7. Out of commission for a while.

South Louisiana

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KimChampagne Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk commented on by KimChampagne Lafayette, Louisiana, USA8 years ago

Canon Rebel XT EOS, TAMRON 28-300 MM MACRO

KimChampagne Turkey Vulture
Turkey Vulture commented on by KimChampagne Gypsum, Colorado, USA8 years ago

I love the second one :)

KimChampagne Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk commented on by KimChampagne Lafayette, Louisiana, USA8 years ago

Also when I know for sure they are a bird I have already spotted I will usually add the pic to the earlier spotting. Sometimes it's really hard to tell...sorry

KimChampagne Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk commented on by KimChampagne Lafayette, Louisiana, USA8 years ago

Jellis....a few of them might be but we have many around here.....I can't tell the difference. Can You? :)

KimChampagne Cooper's Hawk
Cooper's Hawk commented on by KimChampagne Lafayette, Louisiana, USA8 years ago

I think your right Chief....thank's :)

KimChampagne Cooper's Hawk
Cooper's Hawk commented on by KimChampagne Lafayette, Louisiana, USA8 years ago

I was also thinking maybe Northern Harrier?

KimChampagne Red-tailed Hawk (Krider's, immature)
Red-tailed Hawk (Krider's, immature) commented on by KimChampagne Lafayette, Louisiana, USA8 years ago

:)

KimChampagne Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk commented on by KimChampagne Minnesota, USA8 years ago

I think this is a light-morph Harlan's Hawk. Look at the tail. It has subtle dark markings on it, a feature of Harlan's, also if there are some spots on the underparts it is Harlan's. Krider's Hawk's are also light but do not have spots on the underparts, also have the base of the tail white and no barring.
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KimChampagne Trumpeter Swan
Trumpeter Swan commented on by KimChampagne Fergus Falls, Minnesota, USA8 years ago

I knew from my first glance of this photo it was a winner....Way to go...In my opinion this is a truly incredible capture....Thank You for that :)

KimChampagne Long-tailed Skipper
Long-tailed Skipper commented on by KimChampagne Lafayette, Louisiana, USA8 years ago

Thank's guys :)

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