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Photo Capture # 180 – Boat-tailed Grackle

Originally posted on H.J. Ruiz – Avian101:
Boat-tailed Grackle Movie “Matrix”? — “I’m Neo!” © HJ Ruiz – Avian101 NOTE: This post will be also there tomorrow. I’m having some difficulties to be editing pictures since I had a small accident at home and guess what? I hit my recently operated right eye. Many of you, probably heard my swearing wherever you are. Luckily… Continue reading Photo Capture # 180 – Boat-tailed Grackle

10000 Birds – New Birds, New Reasons to Be Late to Work

Originally posted on E. Zambello Writing and Photography:
I recently moved to Tallahassee, a city known for its robust network of lakes and ponds. From natural formations to impoundments, reservoirs to golf-course carve-outs, there is a lot of water in Tallahassee. My new house sits adjacent to one such lake, which probably used to fill up naturally during rainy times but has been artificially impounded for decades… Continue reading 10000 Birds – New Birds, New Reasons to Be Late to Work

Two hawks, one dead squirrel. High drama at the office.

Originally posted on The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface:
Sure, the office is in a beautiful setting. Almost peaceful with its trees and wildflowers. Within the canopy,  however, different life-and-death dramas play out every day. Here, a red-tailed hawk, harangued by bluejays and mockingbirds, seeks a moment’s respite in a tree with a squirrel he’d caught for lunch. The rest did not last long. The smaller birds screamed… Continue reading Two hawks, one dead squirrel. High drama at the office.

When doughnuts fly

Originally posted on The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface:
Threw a couple of stale doughnuts out in the yard early this morning figuring fox, coyote, raccoon or possum would take advantage. Surprisingly, the first on the scene for breakfast al fresco was a small murder of crows. Each snagged a pastry and headed for the trees. (Oh, the big thing is a leftover Halloween pumpkin, which the crows… Continue reading When doughnuts fly