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When named this little chick -- our first silkie -- Geisha.
She didn't seem to mind the wheels of the prop. :D
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Osprey coming in for landing.
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Great White Egret parent and her three newborns. This was one of the first 2 nests to hatch this year at St. Augustine alligator farm. It was my first time seeing and shooting birds this young! Two weeks later I went back to photograph this nest (but that's another story and another picture, for later.)

F 8
Speed 1/500
ISO 400
-.3 exposure comp
Length 500 mm
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Cuteness Alert !!!     ha ha  :giggle:   
Happened across a family of Geese (wild birds) at a pond in the town we live in today . . .   Talk about Cuteness overload !!
I had a blast. . . might upload one or two more at some point. . . Who could have too many little fuzz balls like this !?!?!  :D

Thanks for looking !!  

Entry for NatureWeb :iconnatureweb: Baby Animal Contest  at  fav.me/d7f2tk1

More Birds:

I'm Here to Help You Find Your Way - - Sony A580 by AdARDurden  Gotta. .get 'em. .just. .right - - Sony A580 by AdARDurden  Roseate Spoonbill and Glossy Ibis - a580 by AdARDurden  .:. The Early Bird Gets The. . . .:. by AdARDurden  Bye MoM ! . . . . Hurry Back !! by AdARDurden
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:) Nothing says springs Easter long weekend has arrived like a fresh dump of snow! This spunky tree sparrow on another shot I will post is puffed up to the point that he looked completely round!
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Tricolored Heron at Wakodahatchee Wetlands, Delray Beach, FL.
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More like in the eye of the bird!! 
Mine and my mothers reflections in the eye of a Cormorant at Wakodahatchee Wetlands, Delray Beach, FL.
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Pair of Budgies, singing away happily :) It must be close to their nesting time, or they've already laid their eggs, as there were several pairs all in and out of hollows in a gum tree.
I love these little guys and it has taken me nearly 4 years to get pictures of wild ones so I'm very pleased :)
Apologies for my extended absence, between being swamped with work and other on going things, I've been pretty busy.

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The virtue of grackles is that they help us understand light. Of course, grackles like grackles for who they are, and as for me, I'll take any friend I can get. 
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