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Albanella minore
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These guys make an umbrella with their wings to shade the waster below. Then they put their head under the umbrella to allow them to see in the water better. They do it every few seconds and I was lucky enough to catch it
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This was taken in Panjin China, the area is locally know as 'Red beah'
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The green feathers of this guy just became s intense in the sunlight . Another one I had to crawl on my belly for
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A Snowy Egret flying by during a trip through Nummy Island.

Nummy Island
Middle Township, New Jersey
Canon 7D / EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

© Melissa Mancuso Penta // All Rights Reserved
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One of a hundred Pine Siskins who visited my yard for a couple of days. *SageKorppi and *windfalcon were with me for this shot. The birds were putting on a great show for us!

Pine Siskin
Vestal, New York
Canon 7D / EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

© Melissa Mancuso Penta // All Rights Reserved
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For the past couple of weeks, I've had a pair of Red-breasted Nuthatches frequent my feeders. This is the first time that I see both together (I usually only get one at a time). At least one of them is not too shy. He will often fly right next to me either when I am on my deck or replacing the feeders.

Red-breasted Nuthatch
Vestal, New York
Canon 7D / EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

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LOL so much for titles. I have run out of them :)
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Now I know why I have to refill the water so often :)
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LOL such a unique title huh? :):)
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Picture done in the beginning of this year, but I didn't remember I had such a weather (and such pictures)... Ho gods, that is strange to visit some pictures folders and finding some pictures I like... without knowing I made it :D

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2 eyes in the night, like a ghost, staring at the predator.
For once, the owl was not the only hunter in the night

Mouhahaha :D
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Classical picture, easy to do, but the result is always good, even more with the blurring machine :3

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The light hit her throat just right to illuminate her orange-red feathers there. A rare shot. Sub-adult Allen's hummingbird, female. Selasphorus sasin.
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I am after the essence, of course.
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I think it makes a good print.
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Tropical screech owl "Enańo"
© Wolfgang Holtmeier, Greifvogelstation Hellenthal
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Olli the Pelican
© Wolfgang Holtmeier, Wildpark Lüneburger Heide
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Snack to go ;)

Falkenhof im Wisentgehege Springe
© Wolfgang Holtmeier
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The weaver finches are often remarkably aggressive at my bird feeder. This one was preparing to chase another off, but it's also another instance of how common birds can display uncommon beauty.
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Sandhill Cranes are large birds, but one doesn't realize just how large until they extend their wings fully. This pair was photographed at Grays Lake, ID.
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Hope you're not getting bored with my Bohemian Waxwings (Bombycilla garrulus).
I visited them a few times (although I wish they would have stayed a little longer) and they are certainly not the easiest birds to capture.
But surely one of the prettiest....
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Black-tailed Godwit (limosa limosa)
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Short Eared Owl - Asio Flammeus
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