Detail from Le Nid des Pinsons, Abraham Mignon [1640-1679][ATTACH]
It's definitely a Hairy Woodpecker. True there is a size difference between hairy and Downy, but size is notoriously difficult to judge in the...
The larger bill size actually suggests a Hairy Woodpecker rather than Downy. Maybe that's splitting "feathers" as they are very similar otherwise
Birds in flight are difficult to photograph, even with much experience and the best equipment. And small birds even more so. With...
Another orchid - Calypso bulbosa
Recently fledged Dark-eyed Junco[ATTACH]
Red-footed Falcon Falco vespertinus[ATTACH]
American Three-toed Woodpecker carrying food to the nest[ATTACH]
Sandy although there might be a Barn Swallow somewhere in your images, most are Cliff Swallows. The last photo clearly shows Cliff Swallows at the...
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