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When you’re standing on the roof of the VAB (525ft), you’re the same altitude the vultures fly, and they love to photobomb. #photobomb #flight #birds #rocketing #birding #space #nasa #rocketlaunch #photographer


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See that dark line in the middle? That's approx 200 Canada geese and approx 100 other miscellaneous waterfowl from my morning birding walk. Needless to say, not all the miscellaneous waterfowl were identified. #birding #AudubonCBC


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White Pelicans have returned to J.N. Ding Darling Wildlife Preserve.. This just a few of the ones we got to see today..
#White #Pelican #JN #Ding #Darling #Wildlife #Preserve #Sanibel #Island #Florida #Port #Charlotte #Florida#Backyard#Birding#Wildlife #Beauty


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Went birding today, and I only saw two birds... #juvenilebaldeagle #snowyowl .
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#baldeagle #owl #duxbury #duxburybeach #birding #winterbirds


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Tui bird... The tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand, and the only species in the genus Prosthemadera. It is one of the largest species in the diverse Australasian honeyeater family, and one of two living species of that family found in New Zealand, the other being the related New Zealand bellbird. The species has a wide distribution in the archipelago, ranging from the subtropical Kermadec Islands to the sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands, as well as the main islands. #newzealandbirds #tui #birds #birdphotography #birding #bestbirds #pocket_birds #nuts_about_birds #your_best_birds #feathers #allnatureshots #instamood #igbirds #igbirdfreaks #instagood #birdwatching #newzealand #wellington #queenstown

Queenstown, New Zealand
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A pair of red-tailed hawks (buteo jamaicensis). They’re colloquially called a chicken hawk in the Midwest and are one of the most widespread raptors.


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