Few Birds from the weekend....

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  1. EricD

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    My favorite place by the house..always finding something!


    1. Barred Owl...first time i found one at eye level. We where on opposite sides of the creek (20 feet).
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    2. Juvenile Red Shouldered hawk

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    3. Loggerhead Shrike...
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    4. Savannah Sparrow......
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    5. Limpkin, they love eating snails and clams!
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    Nice shots!
     
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    Pics like that, you should probably have NatGeo knocking on your door.
     
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    They are all great but I'm rally diggin the owl shot. I'm more then just a little envious, you were able to get that close.
     
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    As always, they are all great. But I like the Limpkin best because he has the clam in his beak. I think it's great to get pics of animals doing what they do. Thanks for the ID on the shots as well. I need to put up a hawk. I don't know if it's a Cooper or sharp-shinned. He has dark bars on his wings.
     

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