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Eagle: Bald Eagle  白頭ワシ: 国鳥 Golden Eagle

Bittern ( American Bittern  |  Least Bittern )

Eastern Bluebird

Egret (オオシラサギ)  Great Egret

Falcon ( Merlin  | 
Peregrine Falcon )   Raptors & Release(鷲、鷹、隼、ふくろう等;野生生活に再挑戦)American Kestrel
7922 141204  Peregrine falcon wreaks havoc on pintail ducks - GrindTV.com  -  video of the flock parting like the Red Sea as raptor dives in  -  GrindTV, David Strege, 12/02/2014  "Several years ago, we saw a young falcon attacking a flock of gulls floating in a lake in Minnesota."
Owl swims in Lake Michigan to escape falcons | abc7.com  12/04/2014, Chicago, Illinois
Peregrine Falcon  |  Great Horned Owl
Raptors

Flamingo - Wikipedia  Florida
8739 150313  Flamingo Flock Image, Gujarat -- National Geographic Photo of the Day  March 13, 2015, the wetlands of Gujarat, India
Bird Photos


Ferruginous Hawk
Raptors

Finch ( American Goldfinch  |  House Finch  | Pine Siskin  |  Purple Finch  |  Common Redpoll  |

Flycatcher (
Kingbird  |  Great Crested Flycatcher  |  Eastern Phoebe  |  Eastern Wood-Pewee  |  Olive-sided Flycatcher  |  Willow Flycatcher  |

Geese: Canada Geese(カナダギース)010803 (a)  |  Snow Goose  |  Ross's Goose  |

Grebe ( Horned Grebe  |  Pied-billed Grebe )

Grosbeak ( Rose-breasted Grosbeak |

Grouse ( Ruffed Grouse  |  Spruce Grouse  |  Prairie-Chicken

Gull ( Herring Gull  |  Ring-billed Gull  |   カモメ

Hawk (
Broad-Winged Hawk  |  Cooper's Hawk  |  Ferruginous Hawk  |  Harris's Hawk  |  Northern Goshawk  |  Northern Harrier  |  Red-tailed Hawk  |  Sharp-shinned Hawk  |  Osprey  |  Red-shouldered Hawk  |
3a / 3b  Hawk Circling in the Thermal     111029    タカが、優雅に、上昇気流を使い、空高く、旋回
Raptors

Heron ( Great Blue Heron   Black-Crowned Night Heron  | Green Heron  )

Hummingbird ( Ruby-throated Hummingbird 
Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards ハチドリは、後ろ向きに飛べる唯一の鳥
9991 150819 
Hummingbird tongues are tiny pumps that spring open to draw in nectar  The Conversation
Photos:  2  Hummingbird Rests (See its tongue)
Hummingbird tongues are way weirder than we thought - The Washington Post

Northern Harrier
Indigo Bunting

Jay  ( Blue Jay  1  |  2  )

Junco ( Dark-eyed Junco |   )

Killdeer and its nest

Kingbird (Kingbird attacks a crow)
 
Kinglet ( Golden-crowned Kinglet |
Ruby-crowned Kinglet
  |

Kingfisher ( Belted Kingfisher  |

Kite ( Kite in the Nagoya (Japan) area | 

Lark ( Horned Lark  |  Lark in the Nagoya (Japan) area  |

Loon (
Common Loon  |

Mallard ducks & Canada geese  
(マガモとカナダギース)
010803 (a) & (b)    011103   

Merganser ( Common Merganser  |  Red-breasted Merganser  |  Hooded Merganser )   See "Duck"


modified: June 2015

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