Swans Up Close And Personal

Found this through BirdChick. It is awesome.

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  1. Kathleen Dowd says:

    The first bird I identified all by myself was a Northern Flicker. It was hugging a very high branch, sort of lying down on it and I could only see it’s head, but I could hear it. I had a field guide from the library at that time, and I looked through every single page of it to find a bird with a red stripe on its face. When I thought it was a flicker, I played it’s song on Cornell’s website, and was so happy that I had figured it out. I was hooked, and life has not been the same since!

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