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Friday, July 11, 2014



BLACK RAIL?  It was tense for a moment however it turned out to be a black King Rail Chick scurrying into the high grass to be with his calling parent.

Feeding White-faced Ibis cool.

Recognize this bird? It is an early AM in-flight Wood Stork.

The prehistoric-looking Wood Storks are cool birds to see. FYI there will be another Wood Stork Day  this year July 19, 2014 at Sherburne WMA South Farm for anyone who would like to see one. The particulars are here http://www.jjaudubon.net/events Thanks to the LDWF, US Army Corps of Engineers and all the hard-working people who make this possible.

How anxious do you get when you see a large Woodpecker fly by in hopes that it might an Ivory-billed Woodpecker?

Yellow-throated Vireo

 The 'Great Imitator' keeping a watchful eye on the photographer.

The remaining pictures were taken close to Galveston, Texas.

Sometimes you find the strangest birds behind a shrimp boat. Do you see the Magnificent Frigatebird?.

A better look at the Magnificent Frigatebird.

Finally, a picture of an American Oystercatcher.

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