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The cardinals around here are skittish and don't like to pose. I was happy to snag this little one hopping through the branches.
Hey guys, here's a pretty neat critter that I found in the forest under a fallen log. A Blue-spotted Salamander, a common but not often seen amphibian
This is the time of the year when the males arrive and establish their nesting territory.
Shot early morning today.
Thanks for looking.
I could hear a couple of Pileated Woodpeckers calling but for the life of me I just could not locate any of them! Until I realized, from some wood chips
Canon 5D Mkiii
Canon F/2.8 300mm with 1x4 TCiii
I was walking in a wooded area this evening
I took this the other day. All comments appreciated - particularly, is there a way to deal with the oof pale shadow of a tree branch that passes across
Taken in corpus Christi on a beautiful day. he BG is Gulf of mexico.
Couple of oof birds cleaned up behind the bird
This was taken in Costa Rica earlier this year. Cloned out a branch with leaves behind the head and a tree in front of the Guan. All C&Cs are welcome
I recently drove to Talamanca cordillera looking for owls but I found this guy. I am not complaining as he even posed on a nice perch. It was on the way