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Red-shouldered Hawk

Red-shouldered Hawk

Here are some of the scenic views I have photographed around my community here in Marion County, Florida in the last couple of weeks.  I hope you enjoy them. By the way, on a side note – I went by Tuscawilla Park in Ocala, FL, on Saturday but saw few of the water birds I had seen back in February.  I think there were probably a tenth of the birds there this past weekend than had been there during the Winter months.   Please click on the thumbnail image to see the slightly larger view of that photograph.

Male Northern Cardinal

Male Northern Cardinal

American Redstart

American Redstart

Black-bellied Whistling Ducks

Black-bellied Whistling Ducks

Sandhill Crane Family at the Horse Farm Pond Pasture

Sandhill Crane Family at the Horse Farm Pond Pasture

Canada Geese

Canada Geese

Common Crows

Common Crows

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Comments on: "Songbirds, Ducks, Geese and Cranes" (4)

  1. love the crows shot! and bbwds always make me smile. 🙂 the redstart is neat! have never seen one of those in person!

  2. Hello, the Redstarts are pretty, I like their colors. And the Whistling ducks are always a favorite of mine.. The cranes are a neat sighting too. It is a nice park to visit. Enjoy your Monday!

  3. Hi LInda, You captured some great birds near your home… I love the cranes —and that Redstart is NEAT… Congrats.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

  4. You still have a good variety of birds around. Isn’t it great to get to see them all? I love all of the winged visitors we hqve here!

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