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Oh lucky you Gene - thanks.
ont beautiful bird ....only saw this bird a couple times in a marsh area
Good luck with the bird spottong then ckickie! Thanks.Thank you Jacques.He sure is Shirley - thanks.
O he's so clever, Thanks, Rob.
Thanks for this puzzle robryan. This one is on my bucket list. Quite a few years ago I saw an article in the paper that these were spotted in a small marsh in northern Illinois. I went there in the Spring in hopes of seeing one. No luck. : (
Glad you liked him warbler - thanks.LOL!! Must be a REALLY rare one pg :))) Thanks.
Nice one, RR. Thanks.
Another great find Rob. You have discovered the very rare, "stilt walking yellow headed black bird".
A summer resident back in Kansas but a rare straggler on the East Coast. He has a black mask and all! Thank you Rob.
LOL!! You've been watching too much TV Trish :))) Thanks.Lucky you Meadowhawk!!! But I don't like the sound of that call :((
We have them here and they love to hide in the bullrushes at the shores of ponds. Usually shy, you hear them first. Their call reminds me of a cat in distress - very unusual. This is a lovely capture!
hey there robryan! love the birdie stiltwalker. looks like he's about to vote someone off the island. oh that is not a tiki torch. sorry. he's just grabbing a bite i see. love the sharp color combo. looks like a sweetheart neckline.
He sure does lyndee - doing the splits!
Looks like he's practicing his skills on the parallel bars! LOL