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K9Kirk

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1 Invasive Red-bellied woodpecker
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2 Florida softshell turtle. (the turtle with a schnoz)
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That cormorant thing is my pick. Very interesting looking bird.
 
The woodpecker shot is amazing. I love the flying one in the background. Perfect timing.

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That cormorant thing is my pick. Very interesting looking bird.

Close but that's actually an Anhinga. It's different in how it swims under water and spears it's prey with it's beak.

Good set......
The woodpecker shot is amazing. I love the flying one in the background. Perfect timing.

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Thank you.

Ah, cool. Something else we don't get here. I assume it's of the same family/related as cormorants as the body, tail and drying method are very similar.
 
That cormorant thing is my pick. Very interesting looking bird.

= "Close but that's actually an Anhinga. It's different in how it swims under water and spears it's prey with it's beak."

= "Ah, cool. Something else we don't get here. I assume it's of the same family/related as cormorants as the body, tail and drying method are very similar."

Here's a little info on them:

"They belong to one taxonomical order known as Pelecaniformes, but two families."
Difference Between Cormorant and Anhinga | Compare the Difference Between Similar Terms
Anhinga
 
awesome set
 

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