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This mated pair working along a small creek which flows into the Little Buffalo River yesterday prior to the rains – they ate about 6-8 frogs. Fun to watch them to work.

Click to enlarge the hawk with frog photo.

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Leucistic or Leucism (Leukism¬†—¬†sometimes referred to as “partial or incomplete albino”).

 

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One of my favorite photos ! Shows a Mid-December Pileated Woodpecker and two holes he dug (both typical elongated Pileated Woodpecker holes). Taken last Sunday morning.

 

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I have had some 20 Cedar Waxwings at this tree, at once; I think the apples ferment and it makes the birds drunk; flying into the ground, hitting the house, and generally acting crazy, the last photo has a waxwing the has stabbed a crabapple with his beak (which has a tiny hook or barb on the tip) and it throwing her head back to eat the fruit:

 

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Took this photo of a Cuckoo and forgot to post is last June. I got to within 25-30′ of this juvenile, which is good because I rarely see them; just hear them all summer. Used a Canon 7D and a Canon EF300L IS 2/8 with a 1.4 TC yielding 420mm of lens:

 

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Just above and below the Will Jones Road crossing:

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