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Old 04-22-2010, 02:06 PM
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Wow, Nice,

Dave, is the woodpecker a Red Napped? It has been a long time but I had them at my feeders in Georgia.

If anyone has some good shots of Western Columbine wild flowers please post them. It has been too long since I've seen a nice spread of Columbine. Eastern Red Columbine would be good too ................................


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Dave, is the woodpecker a Red Napped? It has been a long time but I had them at my feeders in Georgia.
I know it as a red-bellied woodpecker, but perhaps the red-napped is a regional term. A nice adult male you got there. GREAT SHOTS!!!!

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Dave: Great bird photos. I have no idea what the last one is but the last one is great with the bird flying right toward you. You must have a pretty powerful lens.

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Great pics Dave...the last one looks like a swallow or a a swift Larry
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Without consulting my Masters Guide to Birds of North America I'm going to guess at the birds and wait for the real answers.

1. Brown Creeper
2. Warbler, maybe common yellow
3. Red napped wood pecker
4. Tree Swallow

Dave, am I in the ball park?
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Without consulting my Masters Guide to Birds of North America I'm going to guess at the birds and wait for the real answers.

1. Brown Creeper Carolina Wren
2. Warbler, maybe common yellow goldfinch
3. Red napped wood pecker red bellied woodpecker
4. Tree Swallow- Correct!

Dave, am I in the ball park?
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Here is the only Columbine I have Ard

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Some birds from my garden today.
Lens 500 reflex - handheld.

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Trygve: Excellent bird photos!

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Beautiful pics Trygve....didn't know there were coconut trees in Norway
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Thank you Larry and JP .

Pictures from the COCONUT airport.

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