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"Bewick Wrens have a varied repertoire of call notes. ...
The twittering notes occurred in a very unusual situation. I had removed a piece of bark from a tree to look into the nest cavity of a wren. When I replaced the bark, I did not leave enough room for the birds to get in again. The next morning when I returned they were trying to enter with nesting material without success. I enlarged the opening and both birds entered. When the male emerged he peered in all directions, hopped around the hole and gave the twittering notes. His behavior bore a curious resemblance to a human saying, “This is too much for me to understand.” "
Behavior of the Bewick's Wren By EDWIN V. MILLER
The Condor

sora.unm.edu
and if that's not enough....
"This species is named after British engraver Thomas Bewick-a friend of pioneering bird artist John James Audubon, who collected the first recognized specimen." nps.gov. Not named after " Scottish entrepreneur David Dunbar Buick, who is the creator of the infant Model B back in 1904." globalcarsbrands.com

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N 41 B 249 C 7 E Sep 8, 2019 F Sep 21, 2019
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Tags:   Semipalmated Plover Semi Palmated Shorebird Bird Beach Brian Zwiebel BZ Saberwing Nature Tours SNT Photo Photography Canon Color Stones Migrant Upper Peninsula Michigan MI UP

N 55 B 303 C 23 E Apr 10, 2019 F Sep 21, 2019
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A shot of a bittern is always special, because they are hiding between the reeds or other plants. I hope to see some next week (this means I'm off next week) and many other waterbirds.
Please click for the larger image to see all details! Thank you for all the views, comments and fav. It is very much appreciated, though the written comments are the most interesting! Use of this image on websites, blogs or other media without explicit permission is not permitted. © Jan H. Boer 2019

Tags:   Botaurus pinnatus Pinnated bittern Zuid-Amerikaanse roerdomp Birds Bitterns Waterbirds Nature Wildlife Costa Rica Wetlands Los Chiles Nikon D500 AF-S Nikkor 200-500 f5.6E ED VR Jan´s photostream 2019

N 10 B 159 C 1 E Aug 25, 2019 F Aug 30, 2019
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my yard. Queen Anne's co. MD mbp queenstown quad

N 128 B 713 C 98 E Sep 19, 2019 F Sep 20, 2019
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Wheatear

Tags:   Northern Wheatear Wheatear Oenanthe oenanthe birds Oiseaux canon 7D mk2 Sigma 150-600mm Sp


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