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N 118 B 1.4K C 16 E Jun 29, 2020 F Jun 30, 2020
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Tufted Titmouse ~ (Baeolophus bicolor)

The humble Tufted Titmouse. In my opinion, one of the cutest and boldest songbirds in Florida.

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Tags:   Baeolophus bicolor Bird Florida Lettuce Lake Nature Tampa Titmouse Tufted Titmouse Wildlife cute spanish moss

N 183 B 1.6K C 38 E Jun 25, 2020 F Jun 28, 2020
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Prothonotary Warbler ~ (Protonotaria citrea)

We don't get a lot of singing springtime warbler action here in the Tampa area. Most of them head north for that. But these Prothontary Warblers have been nesting at a local park for as long as I have lived here. When they call, it certainly makes it easier to find them!

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Tags:   Bird Florida Hillsborough County Nature Prothonotary Warbler Protonotaria citrea Tampa Wildlife Yellow Bird

N 612 B 8.1K C 61 E Jun 25, 2020 F Jun 26, 2020
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Barred Owl ~ (Strix Varia)

Hey Everyone! I hope you are all happy and healthy in these times. I dusted off my camera yesterday and went out for the first time in what feels like forever. I met a few old familiar feathered friends in the woods. It felt so good to see this Barred Owl.

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Tags:   Bird Bird Photography Florida Nature Strix varia Talons Tampa Wildlife barred owl owl portrait

N 250 B 3.8K C 42 E Apr 3, 2020 F Apr 4, 2020
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Roseate Spoonbill ~ (Platalea ajaja)

This Roseate Spoonbill chose a lovely piece of aquatic vegetation for its nesting material. It is sure to tie the room together.

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Tags:   Bird Flight Florida Nature Nesting Material Platalea ajaja Wading Bird Wildlife Wings pink roseate spoonbill spoonbill

N 468 B 5.4K C 116 E Apr 1, 2020 F Apr 1, 2020
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Bermuda Night Heron (Geeust kydden)

This bird took “social distancing” to a whole new level. When I received word that someone had seen a Bermuda Night Heron on Outback Key, I knew I had to try and get it on my life list. Afterall, an opportunity to see one outside of Bermuda is extremely rare. Something else that makes the encounter extraordinary is that they are nocturnal hunters. Not typically seen out in the open during the day. This one must have got way off course and wound up on our shores, as many wayward birds do this time of year. I think after its long flight, it didn’t matter what time it was - it was time to eat!

Tags:   Audubon Beach Bird Birding Florida Nature Numenius phaeopus Rarity Sand Shorebird Wildlife april 1 night heron Bermuda Night Heron


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