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jevajeva · 7 months ago
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Snowy Plovers, Charadrius nivosus, a near-threatened American shorebird numbering about 31,000 breeding individuals. It is closely related to the Kentish Plover, its Old World sister taxon.  
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occasionallybirds · 5 months ago
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Strike a pose
Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica)
June 7, 2021
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, Tinicum, Pennsylvania
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animalsnaps · a year ago
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Didn't know birds got this attached to their humans. 
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millivedder · a year ago
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I think there’s been a misunderstanding about bird photography
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justcatposts · a year ago
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Cats are confused by Meowing Cockatoo 
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thesassyducks · a year ago
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My new favorite thing: Baby birbs tucked under their mom's wings 
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tlcook · a month ago
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“Duchess Bane” -  This lovely annoyance loiters around carefully manicured gardens, waiting to steal fallen jewelry and coins for it's treasure hoard.
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babyanimalgifs · a month ago
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Sister asked if I could check on her bird while she was out of town. Told her the neighbors were complaining about loud music and sent her this 
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occasionallybirds · 2 months ago
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The little feather!
Eastern Wood-pewee (Contopus virens)
August 30, 2021
Southeastern Pennsylvania
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black-quadrant · 2 months ago
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dancing feets
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peevishpants · 6 months ago
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for @/avilloary on instagram! Collection of illustrated birds.
Mangrove Hummingbird
Mangrove hummingbirds are found only in Costa Rica, feeding mainly on the nectar of a single tree - the tea mangrove. This species is currently endangered due to habitat loss.
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