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Mangrove Black Hawk 3

A jungle hawk rests on a rainy day. I don't know if it's left foot is injured or just cold. Buteogallus anthracinus subtilis, nests in mangrove swamps and generally eats crabs.
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Surf Scoters 2

A close up of Surf Scoters in flight.
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Mangrove Black Hawk

A jungle hawk rests on a rainy day. I don't know if it's left foot is injured or just cold. Buteogallus anthracinus subtilis, nests in mangrove swamps and generally eats crabs.
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Cliffside Nest

Dozens of Murres nest in cracks along the cliffs of the Chiswell Islands.
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Birds and Bergy Bits

A flock of birds flies over the ice infested waters of Blackstone Bay on a rainy day.
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Bald Eagle

A Bald Eagle munches on some salmon in Kachemak Bay, Alaska

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Mangrove Black Hawk 2

A close up on a tropical bird of prey. The tropical hawks are cool to watch as they fly under the jungle canopy. This bird's beak and claws are covered in sand. No surprise for an animal that mainly eats crabs off the beach.
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Frigate Bird

A Frigate Bird flies very slowly, nearly hovering on patrol for a fallen baby monkey. I had never seen Frigate Birds until i went to the coastal tropics. They are huge, almost the size of an Albatross.
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Common Murre

A Common Murre in flight is, uh, quite common.
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Eagle vs. Ravens

Alaska; Homer; Wildlife; birds; eagles; battle; ocean; Cook Inlet

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Golden Eagle

A golden eagle stares straight over at the summit of Mt. McKinley, no doubt contemplating giving it a try.
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Eagle vs. Ravens 2

There were a pair of nesting bald eagles right next to our house. They were constantly out looking for food and the local crows never gave them a break.
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Green Resplendent Quetzal

Sometimes you are ridiculously lucky. I had set out in the morning with the goal of finding some elusive Resplendent Quetzals in the cloud forests of Panama below the continental divide, just a few miles from Costa Rica. And then, within an hour i found TWO building a nest together in this tree!
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Puffins in Flight

A pair of Puffins skitter across the ocean
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Resplendent Quetzal of Boquete

The two birds would take turns digging and resting.
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Floating Puffin

A single Puffin floats around
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Blue Resplendent Quetzal

Found in the Cloud Forests of Boquete
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Perfect Vulture Tree

Why do Vultures always want to hang out in a tree that looks like this?
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Common Pacific Oystercatcher

A bird common across the Pacific Coastline
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Green Hummer

I was lucky enough one summer to have this humming bird make a nest in a tree right in my backyard.
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Surf Scoters

Scoters fly out of BlackStone Bay on a rainy day.
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Vulture at the Beach

A Vulture stands on a palm frond while investigation some possible commotion on the jungle floor.
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