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    Carolina Wren in the snow

    (Same EXIF data as the Bluebird)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    I don't know what this is....it's shaped like a blackbird or grackle but the color is odd. I looked through the Peterson Field Guide for Eastern and Central North America and did not see it. Might be an unusual visitor!

    That is a female boat tailed grackle. If you have food in your hand she probably would have gotten even closer. They love stealing food from people.

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    Red Bellied Woodpecker

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    caught this guy playing machinegun while i was out looking for deer.

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    I haven't entered many pix lately and when I recently tried, I had some issues. But thanks to some help from Sean (and Kayaker) my issues are solved. Thank you.....

    Snowy Owl irruption in our area this year, so I thought I'd share a couple....hope you enjoy







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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill W View Post
    I haven't entered many pix lately and when I recently tried, I had some issues. But thanks to some help from Sean (and Kayaker) my issues are solved. Thank you.....

    Snowy Owl irruption in our area this year, so I thought I'd share a couple....hope you enjoy

    Bill
    Glad to see you posting again! Very impressive Snowy Owls. I have yet to see one, but on my bucket list. I really like the first one with the golden glow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayson View Post
    Glad to see you posting again! Very impressive Snowy Owls. I have yet to see one, but on my bucket list. I really like the first one with the golden glow.
    +1

    Love the Snowy's.....on my "bucket list" for sure.

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    No Snowy Owls in south central Kentucky but the Eastern Bluebirds have been around all winter and are most cooperative......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill W View Post
    I haven't entered many pix lately and when I recently tried, I had some issues. But thanks to some help from Sean (and Kayaker) my issues are solved. Thank you.....

    Snowy Owl irruption in our area this year, so I thought I'd share a couple....hope you enjoy


    Bill
    Great shots. I wish I could get one flying at me. I can find them easy enought, but getting action shots has been much harder.


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    thank you Jason, Joel, and Pat.....now I just have to post more pix so I remember how to do it. LOL

    Joel.....nice capture of the bluebird. The bluebirds are passing thru here now, but they'll disappear in a couple of weeks and find some open field areas for nesting.

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