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jamerbean

jamerbean

I live in Brooklyn with my boyfriend, who gave me the nickname Jamerbean. I am new to wildlife photography and not good, but I enjoy it! :)

Brooklyn, NY

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jamerbean Black-crowned Night Heron (Juvenile)
Black-crowned Night Heron (Juvenile) commented on by jamerbean Houston, Texas, USA9 years ago

Maybe juvenile black-crowned night heron?

jamerbean Black-crowned Night Heron
Black-crowned Night Heron commented on by jamerbean Jacksonville, Florida, USA9 years ago

Agreed that it is a night heron, but I believe it is a juvenile black-crowned night heron based on the color of the bill (juvie yellow-crowneds have an all black bill): http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Black...

jamerbean Grey heron
Grey heron commented on by jamerbean Sachsen, Germany9 years ago

For a moment it surprised me because it looks so similar to a species we have here, the great blue heron, but I knew they definitely aren't in Germany so I had to try to find out what it was. :)

jamerbean Tricolored heron
Tricolored heron commented on by jamerbean Gainesville, Florida, USA9 years ago

Its crown looks strangely green, but the base of the neck and upwards appears dark gray/black so that would be my guess. It's hard to tell what size it is based on the picture, so tricolored heron might actually be too large.

jamerbean Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by jamerbean Florida, USA9 years ago

I disagree with snowy egret... the plain black feet show that it is a great egret. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Egret...

jamerbean Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk commented on by jamerbean Chicago, Illinois, USA9 years ago

Agreed with juvenile red-tailed, the tail barring is unmistakable. Love the picture!

jamerbean House Finch
House Finch commented on by jamerbean Raleigh, North Carolina, USA9 years ago

Not streaked enough to be a female house finch in my opinion, it is more likely a female house sparrow.

http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/house...

jamerbean Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by jamerbean Chicago, Illinois, USA9 years ago

Oh wow, looking at the 3 larger eggs it looks like the nest has been taken advantage of by a parasitic bird... maybe a cowbird?

jamerbean Lincoln's Sparrow
Lincoln's Sparrow commented on by jamerbean Chicago, Illinois, USA9 years ago

Maybe Lincoln's?

jamerbean Magellan Goose
Magellan Goose commented on by jamerbean Lat: -53.15 Lon: -70.919 years ago

What beautiful pictures!

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