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Old 01-01-2012, 10:34 AM   #41
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In Williams, AZ, a western bluebird and a raven.
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here is a swainsons hawk .... not really a bird watcher but i do seem to have a few photos of them
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Love the pic of the swainson's hawk.
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young bald eagle

Got this shot of a young bald eagle the other day by the Chesapeake Bay.
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Old 08-16-2012, 09:01 AM   #45
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I live by the Chesapeake Bay. Got this shot in my back yard. Unfortunately it was 4PM and I was facing west.
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Caught this guy on a walk:
You are SO lucky not only to see, but to have camera along to photograph! I have Downy and Red-Bellied woodpeckers, but have not seen the Pileated, except in pics. Thanks for sharing.
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Hi Carole, That's a great way to get them to participate. I'll try it with my Niece and Nephew as I'm having the same trouble getting them active as well. The ibird app is the best out there and I own several bird apps. The paid versions go on sale for 50% off a few times a year (i.e. Christmas). $14.99 for full version or regional version for $5.99.
Happy watching, Mark
Totally agree about iBird! Was lucky enough to find the PRO on sale at their 50% off, and have used it SO much. I, too, have purchased a couple of other Bird apps, but keep coming back to iBird. I am very much an amateur, but trying to learn more, and this app truly helps.
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