Nature Unlimited 18 June 2021

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  1. This is the additional weekly image thread for the Nature Forum. While images posted to this thread should still be nature in theme, it may contain a small amount of human-made objects and therefore less restricted than the Monday in Nature threads. Please see this discussion for more details: Alternative weekly thread in Nature forum

    Each participant please post no more than just one image per weekly thread. Many members will appreciate any information you are willing or able to provide regarding location, shooting process, exposure settings, equipment, and information on the subject(s), including scientific and/or common names.

    Black-Crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax).
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  2. ShunCheung

    ShunCheung Administrator

    These two black-crowned night heron chicks were venturing out of their cliff-side nest on Bird Island, Point Lobos State Reserve in California.

    While adult herons have a black back and red eyes, the juveniles have yellow eyes and yellow, greenish legs.

  3. The nest is in a tough spot - there's only one small opening to photograph through. The other side is accessible and wide open - but one would be trespassing if entering.
    [​IMG]The Three Egrets
  4. Scissortail Flycatcher.....D850 DSC_4966.jpg
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  5. Best of intentions - we tried to "rescue" this fledgling Robin found in some tall grass one evening only to find out the next morning that it should have been left as found.
    Baby Robin 2x1000.jpg
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  6. Kenya Impala
    Nikkormat FTn Vivitar 70-210mm
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  7. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Administrator Staff Member

    Brown Thrasher through the double pane last evening
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  8. Red-bellied Woodpecker.
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