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Mark Heatherington / 1,505 items

N 30 B 299 C 12 E Sep 17, 2021 F Sep 17, 2021
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Jackson County - Oregon - USA

Habitat : Open Woodlands
Food : Omnivore
Nesting : Tree
Behavior : Ground Forager
Conservation : Low Concern

"American Crows are familiar over much of the continent: large, intelligent, all-black birds with hoarse, cawing voices. They are common sights in treetops, fields, and roadsides, and in habitats ranging from open woods and empty beaches to town centers. They usually feed on the ground and eat almost anything – typically earthworms, insects and other small animals, seeds, and fruit but also garbage, carrion, and chicks they rob from nests. Their flight style is unique, a patient, methodical flapping that is rarely broken up with glides."
- Cornell University Lab of Ornithology

Tags:   5471 American Crow Crow Corvus brachyrhynchos Passeriformes Corvidae Bird Nature Wildlife Bird Photography Nature Photography Wildlife Photography

N 36 B 311 C 13 E Sep 6, 2021 F Sep 6, 2021
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American black bear (Ursus americanus)

I set up a couple of trap cams on my property trying to find a good location to photograph Jackrabbits. The last thing I expected when reviewing the thousands of images was this big one, Trap cam are good fun

Tags:   American black bear Ursus americanus Bear Black Bear Trail cam Trap Cam Brown Acres Jackson County Oregon USA Mark Heatherington

N 95 B 654 C 25 E Aug 25, 2021 F Aug 25, 2021
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Emigrant Lake - Jackson County - Oregon - USA

Habitat : Grasslands
Food : Small Animals
Nesting : Cavity
Behavior : Aerial Dive
Conservation : Low Concern

"North America’s littlest falcon, the American Kestrel packs a predator’s fierce intensity into its small body. It's one of the most colorful of all raptors: the male’s slate-blue head and wings contrast elegantly with his rusty-red back and tail; the female has the same warm reddish on her wings, back, and tail. Hunting for insects and other small prey in open territory, kestrels perch on wires or poles, or hover facing into the wind, flapping and adjusting their long tails to stay in place. Kestrels are declining in parts of their range; you can help them by putting up nest boxes... Unlike humans, birds can see ultraviolet light. This enables kestrels to make out the trails of urine that voles, a common prey mammal, leave as they run along the ground. Like neon diner signs, these bright paths may highlight the way to a meal—as has been observed in the Eurasian Kestrel, a close relative."
- Cornell University Lab of Ornithology

Tags:   1D3A0333 American Kestrel Falco sparverius Kestrel Raptor Bird Bird of Prey nature nature photography Bird Photography Wildlife Wildlife Photography Mark Heatherington Rogue Valley Jackson County Oregon

N 80 B 515 C 20 E Aug 21, 2021 F Aug 21, 2021
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Brown Acres - Jackson County - Oregon

Habitat : open woodlands
Food : seeds
Nesting : tree
Behavior : foliage gleaner
Conservation : STEEP DECLINE

"Flocks of tiny Pine Siskins may monopolize your thistle feeder one winter and be absent the next. This nomadic finch ranges widely and erratically across the continent each winter in response to seed crops. Better suited to clinging to branch tips than to hopping along the ground, these brown-streaked acrobats flash yellow wing markings as they flutter while feeding or as they explode into flight. Flocks are gregarious, and you may hear their insistent wheezy twitters before you see them." - Cornell University Lab or Ornithology

Tags:   7908 Pine Siskin Spinus pinus Bird Bird Photography Nature Nature Photography Wildlife Wildlife Photography Brown Acres Jackson County Oregon USA Mark Heatherington

N 63 B 507 C 11 E Aug 16, 2021 F Aug 16, 2021
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Cascade Foothills - Jackson County - Oregon

Tags:   6144 Fog Foggy Oak Misty Oak Woodland Oregon White Oak Quercus garryana Jackson County Oregon Mark Heatherington


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