From rq, click for full size! Usually, when I find these, it means mama or papa has cleaned out the nest, and there’s a baby bird somewhere.
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An absolutely gorgeous thrush, a Fieldfare, in a Sycamore Maple tree from Charly, who notes that this is a seriously shy bird. I know how it goes, trying to get the shy dinosaurs, and these are brilliant shots. Click for full size!
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Oh, does this photo ever make me laugh, it’s great. For the consciously hirsute out there, have a visit to Incredibeard, and don’t miss the Incredibeard Instagram. Part of their proceeds goes to help children access clean water, too, so you can get some nifty stuff for beard care, and be socially conscious, too.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has their Birds of North America up and running, and it is a great resource for all of us dinosaur watchers out there, check it out!