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stumblingpiper wrote: Apr 02 5:06 pm Hi Chuck,
I'm James! Thanks for contributing ... I hope you don't mind, but I was able to open your image, copy it to my Flickr account, and then embed it here. Very nice addition to our list!
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Hey, thanks a lot stumblingpiper, much appreciated. I'm going to try again, looks like I may have just captured another not on the list.

Cheers
#90460
I went up to Enderby and hiked the cliffs today ... saw some really nice birds ... a couple not on our list (I think)! lol.
The Ring-necked Pheasant ...
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(I tried to get the female, Judy, but she scurried up under a bush and wouldn't come back out!

The Turkey Vulture ...
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We were hiking back down from the cliffs and the late afternoon sun was creating thermals right in front of us ... I was able to capture the Vulture above and below us ...

Judy - I know you posted this one already, but I thought it was a nice photo of the Violet-Green Swallow.
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Finally, Ben I know you posted the Golden-crowned Kinglet ... here's a couple of photos of it showing the color on its head!
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#90468
stumblingpiper wrote: The Ring-necked Pheasant ...
(I tried to get the female, Judy, but she scurried up under a bush and wouldn't come back out!

Judy - I know you posted this one already, but I thought it was a nice photo of the Violet-Green Swallow.
I appreciate the effort to get the female pheasant James. They must be very shy because I sure don’t see many of them.
I didn’t really count my Violet-green Swallow because it was so out of focus. Yours is much better so I think that’s the “keeper” of the two. I’m still going to try for a shot that shows the back with both the green and the violet.
I really like your Turkey Vulture pictures and video (in the other thread). Another bird that I don’t see too often although they are by no means rare around here.
Now I just have to get out there and do some actual birding! :)
#90470
ChuckFeathers wrote: Apr 07 8:40 am Last try... American Goldfinch, female
Chuck! Don't give up! :D Here's the issue ... I think. Because, you're using Google Photos--the privacy settings are turned on by default; so even though you share the link, it won't share your photo publicly--we see a grey "do not enter" blank image. You see the image because it is automatically "shared" with you. I use "flickr <dot> com" -- It's a free account where I can upload and share the images. Maybe consider that? Meanwhile ... here's a male American Goldfinch to go along with your female! :mrgreen:
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#90474
An early morning visit to Colony Farm brought some nice rewards today. First off, while already on the list, a nice male Mountain Bluebird to match up with the female up-list. :D Truth be told, there were about a dozen or so of them, so I got some nice group shots to add to my collection too. Best to brave the cold and show up early before the dogs and joggers scare them into seclusion...

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Second, a genuine new addition, a Northern Shrike:

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Not the best angle, but he was a bit shy and kept turning away (and these guys are pretty small!).
#90477
Beautiful! I have been waiting for the hummingbirds to return. I was so happy to see your photo! We are in lake country I was new to the group last year ! I hope they are here this week I’ve been waiting for them impatiently!
#90482
Lovely Mountain Bluebird Pkorner - they are such pretty birds.
I saw my first (of the year) Rufous Hummingbird at my patio feeder today. I couldn't get a picture because the resident Anna's male chased him off so fast.
I have 1 new addition to the list - at Blackie Spit today:

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