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Chipe Pinero Setophaga pinus

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silasthebirder

Fecha

Agosto 21, 2019 09:50 AM EDT

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Pato Cabeza Roja Aythya americana

Observ.

dendrocygna

Fecha

Marzo 2019

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Tonina Inia geoffrensis

Observ.

schaferpho

Fecha

Julio 2008

Descripción

Amazon River Dolphins or Botos (Inia geoffrensis) Mother and Calf underwater in Flooded Forest, Rio Negro, Amazonia, Brazil

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Avoceta Americana Recurvirostra americana

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sylbird

Fecha

Mayo 5, 2018

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Caití Recurvirostra andina

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cristianbenaprs

Fecha

Junio 17, 2018 07:00 PM ADT

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Correlimos Cuellirrojo Calidris ruficollis

Observ.

jlayman

Fecha

Julio 18, 2019 10:27 AM EDT

Descripción

Well-documented Mega rarity

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Pato Norteño Anas platyrhynchos

Observ.

alexis_orion

Fecha

Julio 12, 2019 11:09 AM EDT

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Águila Cabeza Blanca Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Observ.

ungerlord

Fecha

Abril 8, 2018 10:07 AM PDT

Descripción

Bald eagle bringing a turtle to its nest to feed its chicks

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Colimbo Común Gavia immer

Observ.

ronskelley

Fecha

Julio 17, 2015

Descripción

Access Bay Loon with 2 chicks

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Tordo Sargento Agelaius phoeniceus

Observ.

sambiology

Fecha

Febrero 14, 2018

Descripción

Had a fruitful meeting with Rockwall Parks and Rec folks today -- we checked out Pettinger Preserve and mapped a few possible trail locations. After, I went to eat and observed a few more critters. :)

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Cardenal Rojo Cardinalis cardinalis

Observ.

kyletansley

Fecha

Marzo 18, 2019 10:51 AM EDT

Descripción

Cardinal getting territorial with itself in this mirror. It was doing the same thing last week too. It spends a not-insignificant amount of time battling itself.

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Cisne Cantor Cygnus cygnus

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austin0201

Fecha

Enero 18, 2018 10:33 PM HST

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Tirano Gris Tyrannus dominicensis

Observ.

minty_starlight

Fecha

Agosto 1, 2018 01:50 PM EDT

Descripción

The kingbird did not like the hawk in his tree and chased him out.

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Carpintero Bellotero Melanerpes formicivorus

Observ.

dms215

Fecha

Julio 19, 2014 06:49 AM EDT

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Halcón Peregrino Falco peregrinus

Observ.

shaneoneal

Fecha

Marzo 11, 2019 08:41 AM EDT

Descripción

Falcon by Thomas Circle eating a dove

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Carbonero de Carolina Poecile carolinensis

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2018 08:54 AM CST

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Búho Barrado Albinegro Ciccaba nigrolineata

Observ.

juanbou

Fecha

Agosto 2017

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Chipe Azulnegro Setophaga caerulescens

Observ.

conuropsis

Fecha

Septiembre 11, 2011 02:23 PM EDT

Descripción

Seen along the edge of the school.

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Tortuga Moteada de Norteamerica Clemmys guttata

Observ.

easpears

Fecha

Febrero 2018

Descripción

MEGA FIND! Found resting on log in possible vernal pool during Virginia Master Naturalist walk through the Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest. One of the farthest western records for Virginia and a county first for Prince Edward. Also, possibly one of the earliest observation dates in the state, with a previous record being February 19. One of the best herps of the year for central Virginia. Observed by Evan S, Ty S, Al L, Betsy L, & Regina S.

Update - The same individual was found in a separate vernal pool about 2,000 feet east of this location on February 11, 2020.
My Obs: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/40568726
Ty's Obs: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/38548072

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Colibrí Pico Ancho Cynanthus latirostris

Observ.

twotalonsup

Fecha

Noviembre 24, 2017 11:48 AM EST

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Chipe Azulnegro Setophaga caerulescens

Observ.

bert_filemyr

Fecha

Mayo 13, 2018

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liliumtbn

Fecha

Febrero 19, 2019 02:17 PM EST

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Iguana Verde Iguana iguana

Observ.

designwallah

Fecha

Enero 31, 2018

Descripción

Seen on Playa Sámara, Nicoya Peninsula, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica

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Carpintero Velloso-Menor Dryobates pubescens

Observ.

nwinograd

Fecha

Marzo 10, 2019 10:45 AM EDT

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Bisbita Norteamericana Anthus rubescens

Observ.

texaskingbird

Fecha

Enero 25, 2019 08:37 AM CST

Descripción

This thrush was seen on a Texas Ornithological Society winter meeting field trip. It was watched for more than 5 minutes high in a tree. The whole time it was facing us and this was all we could see. We could not see its back and when we tried to move around it, that was when it flew. The breast spotting is not as heavy as a Hermit Thrush usually has, leading some of the participants to think that it might be a Veery. But a Veery would not have the eye-ring and should be enjoying the warmer weather south of the border..The only thrush that thsi could be is a Hermit Thrush. Any contrary opinions are welcome.

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Zanate Mexicano Quiscalus mexicanus

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sedsevers

Fecha

Abril 16, 2004 06:50 AM MDT

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Venado Bura de California Odocoileus hemionus ssp. californicus

Observ.

dwboston

Fecha

Octubre 20, 2017 09:51 AM CDT

Descripción

10/20/2017, 9:51 AM
Canon EOS 7D Mark II, 1/1250 sec, f/8, 349mm (EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM), ISO 3200 (auto), Exp comp +1/3

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Maullador Gris Dumetella carolinensis

Observ.

mhking

Fecha

Mayo 13, 2017 09:55 AM EDT

Descripción

Sedgewick Park, Oakville, Halton Region, ON

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Caimán del Mississippi Alligator mississippiensis

Observ.

vijaybarve

Fecha

Marzo 3, 2019 05:41 PM CST

Descripción

The plants around the Alligators are https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/21002318

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Lechuza Tyto alba

Observ.

natureali

Fecha

Enero 22, 2015 01:02 PM PST

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Cárabo Lapón Strix nebulosa

Observ.

pneuch

Fecha

Junio 7, 2016 02:23 PM MDT

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Gaviota de Ross Rhodostethia rosea

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Octubre 2015

Descripción

See:
http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2091917
for yesterday's obs in this same area and for context.

This was a day we observed one of the amazing phenomena of nature regarding bird migration, and specifically, Ross’s Gull migration. Weather conditions for humans was very tough with temps of 22-24 degrees F and a very stiff NE wind ranging from 20 to 30 mph all day long. Isaac and I arrived at the base of the point at Barrow about 9:45 AM just after there was enough light to see. We started seeing Ross’s Gulls heading NE along the coast, typically from 100-300 meters offshore. They were mainly in loose groups of 5 to 25 individuals with a few minutes between groups. We took many photos, but it was dark and overcast and conditions for photos difficult. Most of out shots were taken at 3200 ISO in order to have any decent shutter speed, and with the birds 100 to 300 meters away it made photo ops challenging at best…..but we got shots. The conditions for humans was such that we could stand about 5 minutes outside before we had to seek shelter in the car. We were bundled in long underwear, many layers of warm clothing and parkas, but it was COLD! To make a long story short, we tallied 600-800 Ross’s Gulls between 9:45 AM and noon when the movement slowed down considerably. Can you believe 600-800 Ross’s Gulls! We were not using a scope, just binocs. I have no idea how many Ross's Gulls were moving NE along the coast beyond our vision but I am satisfied that multiple thousands of Ross's Gulls migrated past Barrow on this day. The birds were not stopping to feed, but simply moving against the strong wind with ease. Two other small groups of observers independently tallied over 1000 Ross’s Gulls this day in nearby spots along this same area of shoreline. The shoreline where you can view these birds is probably 7-10 miles long so just wherever you happen to plant yourself is where you can look from. It was an amazing spectacle, but we still have not had any of these birds very close so we are still hoping for that really close encounter that can happen. As I mentioned in yesterday's post, this species is likely the most seldom seen of North American gulls (and certainly one of the most beautiful) and most U.S. observers will never see one. To see 600+ in one day is just unbelievable. I will post several images of adult and immature birds to give an idea of the scope of the migration and what we saw. We have one more morning to try again, then back to Texas.

Image 1 shows an immature Ross's Gull leading an adult bird.

Image 2 shows 11 Ross's at a distance. This is a typical binocular view.

Image 3 shows 10 Ross's Gulls. The lead bird is immature.

Image 4 shows 2 immature Ross's Gulls

Image 5 shows 4 birds

Image 6 shows a nice adult, still quite pink.

Image 7 shows an adult not showing much pink

Image 8 shows two pink adults

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Mochuelo Boreal Aegolius funereus

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alinaboksorn

Fecha

Diciembre 1, 2018 05:15 PM HST

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Gaviota de Sabine Xema sabini

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dpom

Fecha

Junio 9, 2018 09:47 PM PDT

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Podargo de Borneo Batrachostomus mixtus

Observ.

jann_borneo

Fecha

Agosto 2017

Descripción

Genus: Batrachostomus
Species :mixtus Sharpe, 1892.
Common name : Bornean Frogmouth.
It is fomerly considered conspecific with B.poliolophus but lacks extensive white on underparts, male has a much darker crown and female more contrastingly rich rufous. Vocalizations yet to be analysed in depth. It is considered to be monotypic.

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Playero Oscuro Calidris maritima

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cedimaria

Fecha

Enero 16, 2019 12:50 PM EST

Descripción

On the jetty

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Chorlo Nevado Charadrius nivosus

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elrayman210

Fecha

Febrero 2019

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simongrove

Fecha

Abril 7, 2015 04:53 PM AEST

Descripción

Forester (Eastern grey) kangaroo Macropus giganteus, Hopground Beach, Maria Island, Tasmania, April 2015

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Benteveo Pitangus sulphuratus

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beloch

Fecha

Agosto 26, 2017

Descripción

Regurgitando/ regurgitating

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alexis_orion

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2019 01:35 PM CET

Descripción

We Found this TINY bug crawling around on the ground. When I tried to put it on to a better surface for photographing, it jumped nearly 5 centimeters high!
I think it was around 1 mm long?
I did some research and I think that it was most likely a Globular Springtail. Any further ID help would be appreciated.

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Gaviota de Bonaparte Chroicocephalus philadelphia

Observ.

zaccota

Fecha

Agosto 26, 2016 02:49 PM EDT

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Nuco Asio flammeus

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stepr

Fecha

Enero 10, 2018

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Azulejo Garganta Canela Sialia sialis

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buffleheads

Fecha

Marzo 31, 2018 01:13 PM EDT

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Gaviota Encapuchada Chroicocephalus ridibundus

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Enero 23, 1994

Descripción

These are scans from some old slides of the 6th Texas record of Black-headed Gull. One shot shows a cropped view of the bird in question, the other image shows it in comparison to several winter Bonaparte's Gulls. When this species is found in Texas it is usually with Bonaparte's Gulls. I have posted the accepted Texas records of this species from the files of the Bird Records Committee of the Texas Ornithology Society. You will see this record as number 6.

BLACK-HEADED GULL (Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

Accepted (27)

2 Jan-23 Feb 1982 Lake Livingston Dam, SAJ/POL (TPRF 260) (AB 36:308, 671)
1 & 3 Mar 1989 Lake Arlington, TAR (TBRC 1989-26) (AB 43:507)
31 Dec 1989-4 Feb 1990 Lake Waco, MCL (TBRC 1990-4; TPRF 844) (AB 44:292)
returning 11 Dec 1990-12 Jan 1991 (TBRC 1991-21) (AB 45:291)
2-20 Jan 1993 Wright Patman Lake, BOW (TBRC 1993-35) (AB 47:275, 865)
28 Feb 1993 Baffin Bay, KLE (TBRC 1993-38) (AB 47:275)
31 Dec 1993-18 Feb 1994 Wright Patman Lake, BOW/CAS (TBRC 1994-31; TPRF 1223) (FN 48:226, 748)
10 Dec 1995 Lake Tawakoni, RAI (TBRC 1995-153) (FN 50:190)
12 Feb-25 Mar 1996 Cooper Lake, DEL/HOP (TBRC 1996-20; TPRF 1516) (FN 50:190, 302)
returning 2 Nov 1996-13 Feb 1997 (TBRC 1996-161; TPRF 1555) (FN 51:84, 769)
returning 26 Oct 1997-14 Feb 1998 (TBRC 1997-162; TPRF 1596) (FN 52:89, 224)
returning 18 Nov 1998-24 Feb 1999 (TBRC 1999-9; TPRF 1741) (NAB 53:76, 181)
returning 26 Nov 1999-27 Feb 2000 (TBRC 1999-110; TPRF 1756)
28 Dec 1996 Lake Wright Patman, BOW/CAS (TBRC 1997-3) (FN 51:529, 769)
9 Feb 1997 Mountain Creek Lake, DAS (TBRC 1997-49) (FN 51:769)
24 Jan-23 Mar 1998 Fort Worth, TAR (TBRC 1998-16; TPRF 1597) (FN 52:224, 355)
1-21 Mar 1998 Fort Worth, TAR (TBRC 1998-42; TPRF 1608) (FN 52:355-356)
returning 2 Feb-mid Mar 1999 (TBRC 1999-21; TPRF 1740) (NAB 53:182)
returning 30 Nov 2000-8 Jan 2001 (TBRC 2000-144; TPRF 1862)
24 Dec 1999-18 Feb 2000 Fort Worth, TAR (TBRC 1999-115)
23 Dec 2000 Possum Kingdom L., PAP (TBRC 2001-113)
15-21 Nov 2003 Cooper Lake, DEL/HOP (TBRC 2004-8; TPRF 2182)
14-17 Mar 2004 Wright Patman Lake, BOW/CAS (TBRC 2004-24; TPRF 2190)
12 Dec 2004 South Padre Is., CAM (TBRC 2004-104; TPRF 2248)
1 Jan 2007 Lewisville Lake, DEN (TBRC 2007-09)
17-27 Dec 2007 Big Creek Lake/Cooper Lake, DEL (TBRC 2008-10; TPRF 2536)
7 Nov 2009 Cooper Lake, HOP (TBRC 2009-93; TPRF 2781)

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Gaviota Encapuchada Chroicocephalus ridibundus

Observ.

alexis_orion

Fecha

Enero 27, 2019 11:04 AM CET

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Conejo Serrano Sylvilagus floridanus

Observ.

hoh3

Fecha

Junio 12, 2018 02:29 PM EDT

Descripción

Nest of rabbits found in raised rhubarb bed in vegetable garden

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Conejo Serrano Sylvilagus floridanus

Observ.

cammie

Fecha

Mayo 12, 2018 07:35 PM HST

Descripción

Paint me like one of your French girls!

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Pelícano Blanco Americano Pelecanus erythrorhynchos

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Febrero 21, 2005 04:24 PM CST

Descripción

American White Pelican

Pelecanus erythrorhynchos
Bird was yawning, inside of his pouch is turned
partially inside-out during this process. After this yawn the bird
looked quite normal again.
Texas City Dike, Texas City,
Galveston Co., Texas
21 February 2005

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Tecolote Oyamelero Norteño Aegolius acadicus

Observ.

joojibee

Fecha

Octubre 11, 2017 09:46 PM CDT

Descripción

Caught during an owl banding session at the Wildcat Hills banding station

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Tecolote Oyamelero Norteño Aegolius acadicus

Observ.

kokanee

Fecha

Febrero 21, 2019

Descripción

Saw-whet Owl off the thicket trail. It had a shrew in its claws and was being "mobbed" by chickadees and nuthatches.

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Pelícano Pardo Pelecanus occidentalis

Observ.

javigonz

Fecha

Julio 31, 2018 07:20 PM CDT

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Pelícano Blanco Americano Pelecanus erythrorhynchos

Observ.

kalamurphyking

Fecha

Enero 20, 2015 11:26 AM CST

Descripción

White Rock lake, Sunset Bay
Show-Off
Those pouches require a lot of stretching. Also, as we approach breeding season, mature breeding pelicans, both male and female, are developing the bump/horn on their top beak. It is just beginning here, it will get much larger. After the breeding season is over, it falls off.

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Elefante Marino del Sur Mirounga leonina

Observ.

briangratwicke

Fecha

Marzo 13, 2012 07:31 AM EDT

Descripción

Penguin pecks elephant seal to see what happens...

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Chipe Alas Amarillas Vermivora chrysoptera

Observ.

cmweissburg

Fecha

Mayo 24, 2017 06:26 AM EDT

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Espátula Platalea ajaja

Observ.

vicfazio3

Fecha

Diciembre 23, 2015

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Gorrión Arlequín Chondestes grammacus

Observ.

finatic

Fecha

Agosto 14, 2016 12:58 PM PDT

Lugar

Rio Rico (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Santa Cruz County, Arizona, US

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Pato Chalcuán Mareca americana

Observ.

ryanandrews

Fecha

Noviembre 21, 2015 12:09 PM PST

Descripción

Saw quite a few of these guys here. They were extremely cooperative, which is not usually the case with wigeons in my experience!

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Coyote Canis latrans

Observ.

oddfitz

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2014 02:09 AM CST

Descripción

One of my favorite game camera captures.

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Benteveo Real Tyrannus melancholicus

Observ.

eduardoholbox

Fecha

Junio 8, 2018 04:41 PM HST

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Bajapalos Pecho Canela Sitta canadensis

Observ.

nsferguson

Fecha

Noviembre 11, 2018 02:25 PM EST

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Trepador Azul Sitta europaea

Observ.

tomegatherion

Fecha

Noviembre 30, 2016 11:25 AM MSK

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Gaviota de Sabine Xema sabini

Observ.

akiley

Fecha

Septiembre 3, 2017 08:18 AM EDT

Descripción

Continuing 2nd state record- Juvenile

**This and ALL of my photos are Copyright Aidan Kiley, and are not to be copied, used or distributed for any purpose without my explicit consent.

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Gorrión Cantor Melospiza melodia

Observ.

geococcyx

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2016 09:16 PM PDT

Descripción

Melanistic Song Sparrow. Singing male, ID'ed as Song Sparrow by song, and similar face pattern (visible in photo though muted due to melanism). The bird was also associating with a standard-issue SOSP, possibly a mate.

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Cárabo Lapón Strix nebulosa

Observ.

nestboxer

Fecha

Junio 15, 2012 11:33 AM +13

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Cárabo Lapón Strix nebulosa

Observ.

juddpatterson

Fecha

Marzo 2013

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Tordo Sargento Agelaius phoeniceus

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Marzo 4, 2018 11:14 AM CST

Descripción

This partially leucistic singing male Red-winged Blackbird certainly caught my eye! Note also the pale bill tip and feet.

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Pardillo Sizerín Acanthis flammea

Observ.

nbnc

Fecha

Enero 8, 2013

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Venado de Cola Blanca Odocoileus virginianus

Observ.

susanelliott

Fecha

Junio 8, 2016

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Papamoscas Fibí Sayornis phoebe

Observ.

tkoffel

Fecha

Julio 31, 2016 10:25 AM ADT

Descripción

Interesting interaction between the white-tailed deer and this song bird caught on a camera trap. I have my idea for the bird, but help would really be appreciated.

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Paloma de Oriente Streptopelia chinensis

Fecha

Septiembre 12, 2010 03:04 PM AEST

Descripción

I was extremely happy to find this melanistic individual along with regular examples of the species. Complete melanism is a very unusual occurrence in birds, possibly as rare or rarer than albnisim!

Shame it couldn't have been native, but what an awesome encounter...

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Pato Norteño Anas platyrhynchos

Observ.

aaronr

Fecha

Enero 12, 2019 11:11 AM EST

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Gaviota Argéntea Larus argentatus

Observ.

jemredwood

Fecha

Febrero 14, 2019 11:47 AM EST

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Achichilique Pico Amarillo Aechmophorus occidentalis

Observ.

neontetraploid

Fecha

Julio 27, 2018 10:04 AM PDT

Descripción

The first indication that something exciting was about to happen was a series of really loud calls which immediately captured my attention. Then I was treated to this amazing display. Glad I can finally check "mating Western grebes" off the bucket list now

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Achichilique Pico Amarillo Aechmophorus occidentalis

Observ.

mw52berg

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2019 09:43 AM PST

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Pinzón Mexicano Haemorhous mexicanus

Observ.

colincroft

Fecha

Febrero 16, 2019 03:06 PM MST

Descripción

Leucistic female; continuing bird

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Ganso Canadiense Menor Branta hutchinsii

Observ.

willem9

Fecha

Enero 10, 2019 03:51 PM MST

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Carboneros Género Baeolophus

Observ.

toomanyseed

Fecha

Junio 25, 2018 09:20 AM PDT

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Carbonero Copetón Baeolophus bicolor

Observ.

jay106n

Fecha

Abril 12, 2018 12:39 AM EDT

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Pato Norteño Anas platyrhynchos

Observ.

jimlane

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2017 05:41 PM CDT

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Halcón Esmerejón Falco columbarius

Observ.

anudibranchmom

Fecha

Enero 8, 2019 12:23 PM PST

Descripción

Experts - What is going on here? This male American Kestrel sure did seem to have the hots for this female Merlin. He kept trying to get close to her and even brought her a few treats (insects?) from the grass beneath the fence. She accepted the treats but didn't seem thrilled with the attention. However, when he flew off, she followed him...

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Observ.

northcoaster

Fecha

Noviembre 11, 2018 04:46 PM PST

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Ardilla Gris de Las Carolinas Sciurus carolinensis

Observ.

josiebooks

Fecha

Diciembre 31, 2018 05:22 PM EST

Descripción

Albino variation

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Aguililla Ártica Buteo lagopus

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Diciembre 14, 2018 07:58 AM CST

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Halcón Esmerejón Falco columbarius

Observ.

nanorca13

Fecha

Julio 7, 2018 03:06 PM PDT

Descripción

Merlin chasing off Eagle

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Estornino Pinto Sturnus vulgaris

Observ.

lioneska

Fecha

Agosto 22, 2018

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Águila Cabeza Blanca Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Julio 2018

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Aguila Pescadora Pandion haliaetus ssp. carolinensis

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Diciembre 30, 2016 01:00 PM CST

Descripción

I managed just a few quick shots from the car as an Osprey flew by with a fish over the Pedernales River in Johnson City, Texas. This was the only shot of the 4 or 5 that was in decent focus. This fish has been identified as:
American Gizzard Shad (Dorosoma cepedianum)
http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/4870751

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Águila Pescadora Pandion haliaetus

Observ.

gwh

Fecha

Junio 1, 2018 09:20 AM EDT

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A point of interest here; this male brought two fish at once back to the nest. Both parents fed the little ones at the same time. I typically don't see the male helping out with the feeding.

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Jote de Cabeza Negra Coragyps atratus

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oscaramaro

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Agosto 7, 2017 10:03 AM CDT

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Albino

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Pinzón Real Fringilla montifringilla

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bekkita

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Enero 27, 2019

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Continuing rarity found by homeowner Beau Shroyer at his feeders in Becker County, Minnesota. Minnesota's eighth state record, seen and well-documented by many observers. A huge thank you to the homeowners who are graciously open to visitors!

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Tucúquere Bubo virginianus

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mako252

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Febrero 3, 2019 05:55 PM CST

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Yak Bos grunniens

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skylerqf

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Octubre 26, 2017

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Garza Ganadera Occidental Bubulcus ibis ssp. ibis

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greglasley

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Mayo 1, 1988

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Cattle Egret
with Barn Swallow it has caught
Dry Tortugas, Florida
1 May 1988

Cattle Egrets are a species known to wander. They made it to the U.S. on their own in the early 1950s and are now a common species all over the Americas. I once found a dead Cattle Egret on a rocky beach in Antarctica. There are no insects on Antarctica, so that particular Cattle Egret just wandered too far. Such might be said for Florida's Dry Tortugas. They are called "dry" for good reason. There is no fresh water. Birds that end up there and are too tired to move on, simply die. It is a daily task of employees at Fort Jefferson to walk around and pick up and discard the Cattle Egret carcasses before they open the fort to the birdwatchers each spring day. On this day my group watched a starving Cattle Egret (there are few large insects for the egrets to feed on) grab a Barn Swallow. It certainly made for a strange scene!

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Negreta Pico Amarillo Melanitta americana

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minty_starlight

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Febrero 4, 2019 01:11 PM EST

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Puma Norteamericano Puma concolor ssp. couguar

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donframpton

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Abril 29, 2018 10:16 AM PDT

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Young female mountain lion walking past the Trippet Ranch visitor center on Sunday morning.

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colin25

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Julio 13, 2014 02:09 PM SAST

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Pato Chillón Bucephala clangula

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gcwarbler

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Noviembre 17, 1979 03:00 PM CST

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I'm uploading these field sketches of two goldeneyes which were studied by a group of birders at Austin's Hornsby Bend in November 1979. One of these female goldeneye's generated a lot of discussion as to the possibility of it being a Barrow's. Despite much detailed research and @greglasley's photos*, no definitive conclusion was ever reached.

  • http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/5105221
    The present record applies to the other female duck, a standard (if rare for the area) Common Goldeneye. Note: My sketches, done the same day, were intialed by me with the date "11/17/78" but that year is in error.

My eBird checklist for this date lists both birds as "Common Goldeneye":
http://ebird.org/ebird/tx/view/checklist/S16836222

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