2d c_losc
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c_losc The Verminator!! Getting rid of vermin in America's open country, the Ferruginous Hawk is second to none in all categories. 2d

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c_losc On wings of freedom. 3d

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3d c_losc
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c_losc The excitement of encountering a wild Bald Eagle never gets old, especially when it happens across the street from your front yard. 3d

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5d c_losc
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c_losc A Bald Eagle giving me the look before flying off. This is the closest I have ever been to a wild Bald Eagle. 5d

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5d c_losc
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c_losc North Americas largest Hawk, the Ferruginous Hawk. 5d

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6d c_losc
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c_losc Portrait of a Great Horned Owl. Photographed in a remote location in Northern Utah. 6d

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c_losc Flight - We all dream of it, birds live it. I watched this tree come alive and it seemed to disappear as thousands of birds took flight and departed its branches. 6d

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1w c_losc
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c_losc Layers of Beauty. One of my favorite things about sunsets like this are the layers of complex light that layer my image with beauty. 1w

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c_losc Sunset at the Lake with a view of West Mountain in Utah. Winter sunsets leave me speechless especially when the lake still. 1w

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c_losc One more American Goldfinch for good measure. Happy Monday everyone. 1w

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c_losc An American Goldfinch in nonbreeding plumage. The strictly vegetarian bird only accidentally eating a bug here and there. 2w

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c_losc Utah Lake from Provo. 2w

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c_losc Snowy Egret 2w

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2w c_losc
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c_losc Western Screech Owl in a tree cavity in an urban neighborhood. These owls are commonly found living in neighborhoods in either owl boxes or tree cavities. They often go unseen because they are master camouflagers. 2w

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c_losc Funny looking view of a Great Blue Heron. 2w

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c_losc Wings of Freedom. An American Bald Eagle photographed in Northern Utah. 2w

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c_losc Great Blue Heron photographed on Hilton Head Island. 2w

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c_losc Timpanogos and Cascade Mountain from Utah Lake at Sunrise. 2w

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2w c_losc
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c_losc Juvenile Little Blue Heron leaps to take flight. During the first year of life these birds are white to blend in with groups of the more common Snowy Egret. This allows them to catch more fish and also have extra protection against predators. 2w

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c_losc Loggerhead Shrike. I have never been this close to a Shrike before. @hawk_stalker and I got lucky this day. It let us get within 10 feet at eye level and just as we were done gave us a final look and flew out of sight. 3w

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