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N 105 B 3.7K C 22 E Nov 18, 2018 F Nov 18, 2018
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Always a pleasure to find one of these beauties.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at bill@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Owl Long-eared avian bird raptor Ontario Toronto 2018 November Autumn Fall perched roosting perching BillMcDonald www.tekfx.ca Cedars Parkland

N 47 B 2.4K C 26 E Apr 18, 2018 F Apr 18, 2018
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Red-necked Grebes are strong swimmers and divers and able to remain underwater when searching for preys. It rarely flies except for migrating at night over land, and along the coastlines by day.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at bill@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Grebe diver Red-necked male BillMcDonald www.tekfx.ca portrait swimming swimmer grenfell.weebly.com Ontario SamSmith spring dock Canada

N 76 B 4.2K C 12 E Nov 11, 2018 F Nov 11, 2018
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The Northern Saw-whet Owl is a very small northern owl and only about 6 inches tall. Also called Acadian Owl, Blind Owl, Kirkland's Owl, the Saw-filer, Sparrow Owl, White-fronted Owl, Farmland Owl, Little Nightbird, Queen Charlotte Owl, and the Whet-saw Owl.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at bill@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Saw-whet Northern Ontario 2018 November Fall hidden perched perching cute small BillMcDonald www.tekfx.ca roosting cedars

N 16 B 806 C 6 E Jun 1, 2016 F Jun 1, 2016
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Cerulean Warbler

N 30 B 1.4K C 4 E Aug 26, 2017 F Aug 26, 2017
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The Cape May Warbler actually has quite an unsuitable name. Alexander Wilson was first to find and describe this species in Cape May, New Jersey during his 19th century natural history expedition. However, the Cape May Warbler wasn’t actually seen in its namesake area again for more than 100 years following Wilson’s discovery.


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