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An Owl. Staring at me. Or... Kind of to the left of me... And a little down. Like... not at me... at all. Really. Phew. ... ... But... if I was a mouse...…

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It was making so much noise and at the same time, well hidden. I moved slightly to the right to get a better view and I captured it with the only lens that I…

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The Least Tern is a water bird that arrives in summer. It resembles a swallow in shape. They fly so fast that even if I take 100 pictures, only one will turn…

Also known as White-Crowned Sparrow. Sadly this overly dressed little guy, showed up to our backyard party only once. I was lucky to spot him and do a quick…

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