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  • Kestrel
    smallest of the falcon family I have seen a few of these guys on telephone lines but have never photographed one in the wild This guy was shot at a

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_kestrel.html (2016-04-29)
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  • killdeer
    killdeer back to woodland songbirds index back to Nature Index

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_killdeer.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • kingfisher
    Kingfisher back to bird index

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_kingfisher.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Kinglet
    Kinglet I spied this kinglet in the yard in Feb 2012 My first sighting of this bird back to bird index

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_kinglet.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Macaw
    Macaw and Parrots back to bird index back to top

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_macaw.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • hooded merganser
    Hooded Merganser the female the male back to bird index

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_ducks_merganser.html (2016-04-29)
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  • mockingbird
    Easily spotted by their two white wing bars that flash as they fly from bistro to bistro They like to pose proudly upon a perch any perch It is a superb karaoke singer that can mimic up to as many

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_mockingbird.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • osprey
    Bill and so the Mockingbird remains The Osprey is a fish eating specialist Fish consists of about 99 of its diet It locates its prey from the air often hovering prior to plunging feet first into the water to seize a fish When an Osprey takes a large fish to its nest it carries the fish headfirst to make it as aerodynamic as possible Ospreys usually mate for life Osprey

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_birds_osprey.htm (2016-04-29)
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