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love bird photography and birding. Spend a great deal of time at wakodahatchee and green cay wetlands.
No, this is the grande finale. This mountain bluebird was the creme of the crop though :) Glad your enjoying them.
I added this to Ebird before I posted it on PN so you probably saw this one on Ebird.
this hermit thrush looks more like mine. http://www.briansmallphoto.com/images/He...
Do you have any ideas on what it might be?Wood thrushes have much more obvious spots on their stomach. and veery are more red. Also it was dark and the camera might not have picked up of the full color.
I don't know why they have that reputation. They always seem pretty friendly and will even perch on the boardwalk at certain sanctuaries.
Thank you. They are absolutely everywhere at wakodahatchee. Their is even a nest less than 2 feet from the boardwalk and will be easy to get incredible photos of chicks when they hatch.
I think this is a female surf scoter. he is a link to one that looks like yours.http://nathistoc.bio.uci.edu/birds/anser...
heres another link. a limpkin in flight i took last year.https://www.flickr.com/photos/jamiegoods...
If you travel to south florida they are everywhere. I see very few in northern florida but ebird says otherwise.
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