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Horned Lark

Valier, Montana bird finds

Always check your fence lines when moving down a dirt road. Never know what you might find. Took these today in Valier …

snow geese and mountains

Snow Geese on Lake Francis

A couple of weeks ago (03/29/14) Lake Francis had record numbers of Snow Geese. It can get tricky trying to photograph such …

Rough-legged Hawk

Birding about Montana

Rough-legged Hawk, Dark-eyed Junco and Ring-billed gull… can you guess which is which? That is of course meant tongue in cheek. We …

Ring-billed Gull

Noisy Birds

Sprinter is in the air here in Montana… Texas is already hot and we are missing it… still getting nipped with snow …

Outta Here

Finch Snow Feed

It is a snowy day at the Zabinsky household in Shelby, Montana. Desi and I were watching the House Finch empty yet …

Birding in Montana

A Taste of Montana Birding

VIRTUAL BIRDING 15 – This gallery consist of 15 birds. Four are “gimme’s” consisting of commons in several states. Three sparrow photos …

Killdeer

Fun day off birding

Birding fun around my yard in Mineral Wells. Also made a quick jaunt out to Oaks Crossing on the Brazos River. Quiet …

Great Blue Heron with young

Great Blue Heron with young

Desi, Brenton, Christine and I headed over to Village Creek Drying Beds off Green Oaks in Arlington. We caught our first view …

Double-crested Cormorant

Double-crested Cormorant

Desi, Brenton, Christine and I headed over to Village Creek Drying Beds off Green Oaks in Arlington. We caught our first view …

Canadian Geese

Canadian Geese

Still hanging around Lake Mineral Wells and the Country Club pond. Bumped into these two on the same day we found all …

Greater Yellowlegs

Greater Yellowlegs

Previously, Desi and I had only seen Greater Yellowlegs at lake Mineral Wells State Park. We discovered this pair at Oaks Crossing …

Northern Mockingbird

Northern Mockingbird in Oklahoma

Have you ever been hanging out somewhere and heard several birds singing away… Was there only one ordinary look bird within view? …