Range Tracking

March Bird Count

Here is a gallery of images from the first Monday of the month bird count at the Indian River Club. Thank you to Joe Carroll, Roz James, and Tina Marchese for letting me tag along once again.
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A family of Sandhill Cranes forage along the edge of the golf course.
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The young Cranes are incredibly cute.
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Loggerhead Shrike
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Mottled Ducks
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Snowy Egret
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Spotted Sandpiper
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Mottled Duck goes airborne.
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An Osprey moments before liftoff.
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A Cattle Egret preens atop a car in the country club parking lot.
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The shadow of the golf cart stretches across the course at sunrise at the start of the bird count.

2 comments

  1. I really like the coloring on those crane chicks, though I don’t know what you’d call it. Russet? The background in the first shot really brings it out. How long before they go white?

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