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Sanderlings at Cape Ann, Massachusetts

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Welcome Visitor

A Barred Owl decided to roost for the day close to my house. The birds at my nearby feeders were a bit excited for a while but eventually settled down and ignored him or her. The squirrels were much more upset as you might expect. I made two quiet and slow approaches to get aContinue reading “Welcome Visitor”

At the Shore

Photos from a trip to the beach…a cold trip to the beach! A Harbor Seal looked at us and seemed to be wondering what we were doing in the cold wind without the benefit of blubber. Humans! And there was a Northern Gannet soaring well offshore. Red-throated Loons are fairly common sights this winter. TheyContinue reading “At the Shore”

Early November Sightings

I have posted a lot of duck pictures recently. Here are some other birds I have found at the beginning of the winter season. This Snow Bunting was part of small flock on the bank of the Merrimack River. Also on the river was this Common Loon with his crab dinner. And a flock ofContinue reading “Early November Sightings”

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  1. Nice action photos with beautiful detail and the ability to enlarge them for more detail. Nature keeps us centered. Glad you appreciate it too.

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