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N 9 B 22 C 5 E Feb 24, 2019 F Jan 28, 2020
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In the list of birds who visit my backyard this bird cann't be missing. In this time of the year when I start my early morning walk (06 am) with our 5 dogs he is singing and when I return after half an hour he/she is still there and singing. So what do you want more to start a beautiful sunny day.
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 2020

Tags:   Trogon caligatus Gartered trogon Goulds trogon Birds Trogons Nature Wildlife Costa Rica TurrĂșcares Nikon D500 AF-S Nikkor 200-500 f5.6E Jan's photostream 2020

N 6 B 47 C 3 E Jan 28, 2020 F Jan 28, 2020
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N 8 B 89 C 6 E Jan 28, 2020 F Jan 28, 2020
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It's time for a swim :-)

Tags:   Redhead Duck Aytha americana Bird nature wildlife

N 75 B 404 C 10 E Nov 16, 2019 F Jan 27, 2020
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One more of the Great Blue Heron that gave me a front row seat for its leisurely crossing of Mud Lake early on a foggy morning.

Tags:   Great Blue Heron bird flight BIF fog water reflection sunrise nature wildlife Mud Lake Pasadena Texas kayak gseloff

N 73 B 429 C 23 E Jan 19, 2020 F Jan 27, 2020
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This was an unexpected find on our trip. I saw something way out in the field that looked unusual, I grabbed my buddies binoculars and was able to confirm that we had an SEO! I left the area and came back to give him a chance to come to the road. We came back and there he was! We watched him hunt, but whenever he perched a single car seemed to always flush him. Shortly after this shot he dove on the side of the road and caught a nice big vole that he flew off with. He was about to land and I proceeded slowly hoping to watch and get some prey shots. Well a couple Ravens swooped in chasing him up to the sky and forced the prey to drop. This was then intercepted by an adult Rough Legged Hawk that took advantage of the chaos. The Ravens were just nagging this fella and eventually he left the roadside. It was a nice bonus!


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