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A morning Trek

Discussion in 'Birds' started by hangin tree, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. Here are but a few of the morning treasures.

    Goldfinch hiding
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    A blue in a tree top
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    A rather Simple Bluebird
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    I'm not sure of this Maybe a young Muscovy Duck? ID help on this welcome!!!
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  2. Nice set Gary

  3. Thanks Louie

    Nice to have you along.
  4. Looks like a Mucovy but don't they usually have some fleshy skin nodules on their heads?

  5. Many Thanks Lil

    Great to hear from you.
  6. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005
    Very nice set Gary. I wish that we had that kind of sun yesterday. The 4th one is a female Muscovy.
  7. I think It is a Female Muscovy but probably a cross breed with a Goose or duck.
  8. I agree but the waddle is much smaller that most Muscovies.

    BTW: I didn't see any posts from your Sunday
  9. Glacier


    Jan 17, 2006
    Boaz, Alabama
    Hey Gary,

    A nice series! Your Goldfinch is a female Orchard Oriole which is even better.
  10. Home early Andy

    Thanks I'm just finishing lunch Thanks for the ID I'm not good at it for sure.
  11. A nice series Gary and it looks like that tree stump is a favorite spot for sure. Nice BB on top of it also.
  12. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    I enjoyed them all Gary
    Very nice images
  13. This is a new location Lou but many of these old Skags look the same.
  14. Thank You Gale

    Appreciate all you do!!!!:smile:
  15. Toklat


    Aug 31, 2006
    Very nice set Gary. I really like the compositions in 2 & 3.
  16. Thanks John

    I see look like the simple clean look.:smile:
  17. Great stuff Gary. What a wonderful variety you have here.
  18. Thank You Jim

    Always nice to hear from you.
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