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Candace
584 days ago
 
Those kestrel in flight shots are great, Don! And, thanks, Tufteach, that's interesting!


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tufteach
581 days ago
 
I accidentally spilled a bunch of feed as I walked out the French doors. This gave me the opportunity to get some close ups of the feeding birds (through the dirty glass). The golden crowned Sparrows cooperated, but the hyper-busy Juncos were blurs! Best viewed large.

http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img50f7563d68302.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8212/8388548636_0cb6d21675_b.jpg Golden Crowned sparrows by tufteach, on Flickr



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tufteach
580 days ago
 
I'm not sure what these are. Muscovy, perhaps? This family of four are new to the park. Probably dumped by someone who did not want them anymore and thinking they could survive on their own. Maybe, maybe not. The were very friendly and hungry. If you look closely You can tell they have at least been grazing on the grass. I shared my apple and granola bar with them. One of them appears to have an injured wing and another is limping.

Click on image.

http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img50f8bad250ed4.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8225/8390323923_48533f6543_b.jpg New Family at Trojan Park by tufteach, on Flickr



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Candace
580 days ago
 
Awww, poor little critters. People are despicable to dump animals. I hope they are able to survive there. They're terribly cute.


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tufteach
577 days ago
 
i have been wanting to get a shot of one of these guys for a long time, but could never get close enough or they flew off before I could get a shot. So, yesterday I slapped some peanut butter and meal worms on top of a post outside my French Doors, washed the window, set up my camera and waited, and waited...The crows didn't come close! Very early this foggy morning I glanced out---there they were! My camera was still set up, but put aside plus I didn't have my glasses on. Afraid I would miss the chance, I moved the camera back into position and just started shooting. Glad I did, because moments later, they moved on.  This was the best shot--fog and blurry eyes considered! I may have over-sharpened it a bit in post processing,

http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img50fc43fc4e72b.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8468/8399589972_3c8e5e8b9a_o.jpg
IMG_3475 copy by tufteach, on Flickr



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ajax
577 days ago
 
Looks good against the fog... He was watching you.


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RollsUp
577 days ago
 
Nice one, tufteach. Here's a Raven I took earlier last year.
http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img50fc9de36bba5.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8076/8399718617_be47bc49a3_b.jpg
Raven by りんごとみかん, on Flickr


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Candace
571 days ago
 
More hummers...
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Hummer Slurping by maccandace, on Flickr


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tufteach
571 days ago
 
My images won't post! Just print will. Any Ideas? Have tried different browser.



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RollsUp
571 days ago
 
http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img51045a7ea16c8.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8087/8418431776_e4168600c1_c.jpg Male Spectacled Eider by りんごとみかん, on Flickr


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RollsUp
571 days ago
 
Worked for me, tufteach. Might've been a glitch. Try posting it again.


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tufteach
571 days ago
 
A pair of flickers have become daily visitors. I was lucky enough to have my camera in my hands and standing inside the window when this guy stopped by to peck at this woodpecker feeder.


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http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img51046bc0d5d9a.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8055/8417099983_38ae3b901b_b.jpg 2013 26/365 Flicker Balancing Act by tufteach, on Flickr

EDIT: Worked this time. All I did was change the size. Been trying for days!



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Candace
570 days ago
 
Wow, close, tufteach. And that eider is cute, RollsUp, I've got to check those out.


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Marleymax
562 days ago
 
Great photos everyone! How've you all been!?!?!?! We just added a new member to our family. Meet Tiki our 4 month old Sun Conure...

http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img510fdd17f3058.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8494/8431320110_7243d58a33_c.jpg

http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img510fdd19d65af.jpg?url=http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8470/8437270857_e2f72b53fa_c.jpg

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Candace
562 days ago
 
What a beautiful guy, MM.


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Degilbo
561 days ago
 
Beautiful detail in those captures, Mark!


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Degilbo
561 days ago
 
Here are a couple captured recently in my backyard:

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20130202 Pee-wee just before take-off by Degilbo on flickr, on Flickr

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20130203 Is that food down there? by Degilbo on flickr, on Flickr


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Marleymax
561 days ago
 
Thanks Candace and Deg! I wish we had such colorful birds flying around our backyard. Fabulous!



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tufteach
556 days ago
 
Where have all the birds gone? Migrating, perhaps? Until a few days ago my bird feeders had constant visitors--junkos, finches, sparrows. starlings, flickers, blackbirds--and crows and robins nearby. Suddenly there are none to a very few. Maybe, you know. Ajax? Anybody?



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ajax
556 days ago
 
Same thing here tufteach...As we move closer to spring, you get movement and as natural food becomes more available they don't frequent the feeders as much as when its very cold....But it can vary a lot day to day. Now is a good time however to keep an eye open for birds you might not have seen... I love migration time because as some move out, others move in..I notice a lot more robins right now, so we should be seeing varied thrushes any time...And when we get even closer to spring, watch and listen for migrating warblers...They show up when the trees start budding.


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