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Philip Kuntz / 75,009 items

N 124 B 888 C 65 E Jun 8, 2020 F Jul 6, 2020
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Just outside Grand Junction, Colorado sits Mount Garfield. I happened upon it as a storm was rolling through and a rainbow appeared.

Tags:   Colorado storm rainbow clouds Mount Garfield desert landscape Amy Hudechek

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I was so thrilled that I was home when the mom and fawn strolled through my backyard one evening last week.

Tags:   deer fawn white-tail summer nature wildlife

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This shot marks the second in a mini series (starting with the two pronghorn does posted yesterday) that will feature "twofers"...that is two wildlife subjects for the price of one.
These Trumpeter Swans were captured taking off from the wetlands of Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge.

Tags:   twofer trumpeter swan Cygnus buccinator largest north american waterfowl two swans loess bluffs national wildlife refuge get your goose on nature conservation protect the environment protect public lands protect wildlife cornell lab audubon birds wildlife of the west

N 1.3K B 25.0K C 90 E Nov 24, 2019 F Jul 6, 2020
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This is an extract from the Bayoutiful picture about a month ago, but this section works on its own, and has a different and lighter mood than the full photograph. You can often find a picture within a picture. Thank goodness for large file sizes. Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana, USA, November 2019

Best viewed large by pressing "L". All rights reserved

Tags:   Sunrise Twilight Cypress Tree Louisiana Atchafalaya Basin Cajun Country Iberia Parish Autumn Lake Reflection Water Landscape Silhouette Alfred J Lockwood 45

N 161 B 1.2K C 79 E Jun 23, 2020 F Jul 5, 2020
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There’s no mistaking when a Blue Jay is near. They are notoriously noisy birds with songs consisting of a large variety of calls, the most popular being a harsh “jeer” and a loud “Jay! Jay! Jay!” Blue Jays have been known to imitate calls of hawks. By nature, they are very aggressive and territorial. They squawk to warn predators to stay away or to call their flock. They protect against hawks, raccoons, cats, snakes, squirrels, falcons and even humans from their nests. At other times, the Blue Jay sings softly like a songbird.

Blue jays are intelligent. Captive blue jays have been known to use tools. When a piece of food drops outside of their cage, the birds have been known to make tools out of strips of newspaper to push the food within reach. They are able to store their food underground for later use and they are able to warn when danger is near.

In Florida, the Blue Jay is found in a wide variety
of habitats other than the populated areas where they are
so well known, including agricultural environments,
hardwood swamps, hammocks, pine flat woods, mixed forests, and sand hills.

I found this Juvenile in my backyard. Lake Wales, Florida.

Tags:   Blue Jay bird birds animal blue sing feathers fly flight perch image photograph nature wildlife outdoor ghelm4747 Gary Helm Juvenile backyard Lake Wales Florida Polk County Florida Wildlife Lake Pierce outside Looking out my backdoor noisy aggresive territorial intelligent song bird canon camera SX60HS PowerShot sand hills Mixed Forest United States Of America North America North America


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