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Candace
714 days ago
 
Verdin, aka yellow-headed bushtit in my yard.
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Verdin by maccandace, on Flickr
See more pics of him/her at:
http://maccandace.wordpress.com/2012/11 … nterloper/


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ajax
714 days ago
 
Another beauty Candice... I really enjoy having such good looks at birds we don't get here in the Pacific Northwest... Wish I could add this Verdin to my lifelist, but I will have to wait.


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Candace
714 days ago
 
Thank you again smile


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tufteach
706 days ago
 
A huge flock of starlings visited today. They are amazingly colorful birds. And, they are very interesting birds. For more info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Starling

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2012 321/366 Starling by tufteach, on Flickr

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IMG_2283 &quot;It's mine!&quot; by tufteach, on Flickr



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Candace
701 days ago
 
http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/img50afb803346b4.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8349/8210311009_3e595769a3.jpg The Lonely Egret by maccandace, on Flickr

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Egret in Ripples by maccandace, on Flickr

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The Lonely Egret by maccandace, on Flickr


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tufteach
701 days ago
 
Very nice, Candace! I remember seeing cattle egrets in the El Paso desert near the river. Where were these?



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Candace
701 days ago
 
In a lake by a golf course and restaurant in Scottsdale, AZ smile Not exactly the wild. So do you think they look like cattle egrets? He/she fit the description of great egrets only didn't seem big enough so I couldn't figure out what kind they were. I didn't look up cattle egrets. I'll check those out now.


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tufteach
701 days ago
 
I'm not sure, Candace. We need Ajax--he knows his birds!



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ajax
701 days ago
 
Thank you tufteach.... Candace, most cattle egrets I have seen are in pastures... And going by the darker legs than that of the cattle egret and its bill,  I believe it is a common egret...The common egret is usually seen in or  around water and is larger than the cattle egret.... Great shots by the way... Beautiful.


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ajax
701 days ago
 
And I forgot to mention that the what used to be called the common egret is now called as you said, a great egret...Over the years, it is fairly common for ornithologists to re-classify and alter birds names for various reasons.. sometimes they discover new species or group subspecies together with a common name... Plus, locals in different areas of the country will refer to birds by different names as well.


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Candace
701 days ago
 
Well, thank you, Ajax! It's so fun to find unknown (to me) birds, butterflies, flowers, because it's fun to ID them on the internet. Thanks for verifying what he/she is.


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tufteach
701 days ago
 
Thanks, Ajax. There are many, many egrets and herons around here, of course. I was told the ones I saw in El Paso were cattle egrets. They hung out in farmers' fields. Many farmers thought they were eating seeds, but they were actually helping the farmers by eating insects. Part of what the wildlife rehab group did was to educate . In that area there is a great deal of superstition about birds.



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tufteach
698 days ago
 
Tundra Swan
Tundra swan (I'm pretty sure that's what they are) migrate to my area every winter. This is probably the best image I have taken of them---ever!

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ajax
697 days ago
 
Good job Tufteach... The rippled water really adds to the shot... And yes, those are Tundras. Again over time the name has changed.. It used to be called Whistlers Swan.... The identifying mark is the yellow patch on the bill....Really nice.


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Candace
697 days ago
 
Yes, that water looks really cool.


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Candace
695 days ago
 
http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/img50b8223fa69f1.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8065/8229361458_bef06e14d1.jpg Mockingbird in Mesquite by maccandace, on Flickr

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Mockingbird in Morning Light by maccandace, on Flickr


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695 days ago
 
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695 days ago
 
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ajax
695 days ago
 
http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/img50b83c58f033f.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8210/8230812889_f8857759e3.jpg 09950012-001 by ajax1969, on Flickr


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Candace
694 days ago
 
Pretty, Don. Neat bird, Ajax, never saw one like that in these parts.


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