Monday in Nature, Nov 13

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  1. Avocet skimming, White Slough, Vallejo CA
  2. Tony Parsons

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  3. Roseate Spoonbill Pair of spoons final (1 of 1).jpg
  4. One of Uruguay's curiosities. It reminds me of a cheerleader....bright costume and pom poms to wave around. It's only a couple of cm long.
    It is called the Guitar Beetle in Uruguay. When trapped, it rubs its leg against the emerald shell to make a loud squeak. The person who named it said it reminded him of someone strumming a guitar. The scientific name is Compsocerus violaceus.
    Cheer leader beetle.jpg
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  5. Nature Monday 11-13-2017.jpg About 4,000 Snow Geese have migrated to Hagerman Wildlife Refuge near Sherman, Texas. It is an annual event. They usually arrive in November and will stay for a couple of months.
  6. Lingzhi mushroom
  7. Blue jay

  8. Winter is icumen in... winter drear.jpg .
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    White-tailed kite, Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont, California

    Nikon D850 with 200-500mm/f5.6 lens, extreme crop

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  10. Think this is a common bulbul. Shot out of the window of The Ark in Kenya.

    - Nikon D300s with 200-400mm lens @400mm (35mm = 600mm), f/7.1, 1/80s, ISO 1600
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  11. Autumn - the acer tree looks like a fireball in the afternoon sunlight.
    Nikon D750, single element lens.
    Hope you like the photo.
  12. Beautiful vibrant abstract.
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  13. Buck with a funky rack. Check out the left side of his antlers. Image was captured yesterday morning in Cade Cove, TN.

  14. The Red Tree.

    Pruyn Sanctuary 10 2012-2.jpg
  15. Yellow-billed Magpie, Sacramento County California
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