Roseate Spoonbill (High Island)
The award for "best antics" goes to the Roseate spoonbill, especially during breeding season. Left to right: The comedian, discussing real estate, acting like astronomers (High Island)
Great egrets (High Island)
Snowy egret (High Island)
Tricolored herons (High Island)
Prothonotary warbler (High Island)
Green violet-ear (tropical species - occasional visitor to the Hill Country of Texas) Thank you, Mr. Adams!
Rufous hummingbird giving me the evil eye
Eastern kingbird (High Island)
Common nighthawk (Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge)
Clapper rail (near High Island)
American Bittern (Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge)
Finally, one more Great egret (High Island)
Birds from the USA and Canada: our house, Texas, California, Hawaii, Canada,
Neotropic birds from Central America and the Caribbean: Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago
Neotropic birds from South America: Ecuador, Brazil.
Western palearctic birds: Europe: Germany, Finland, Norway, Europe: United Kingdom, Europe: Spain, the Canary Islands, Europe: Lesbos, Greece, Israel
Eastern palearctic birds: China
Birds from Africa: The Gambia, South Africa
Indo-Malayan birds from India: North-west (Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand) India: North-east (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya) India: Central (Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh)
Birds from Australia, New Zealand.
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John Kormendy (firstname.lastname@example.org)