Album Pictures

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  • Wrentit
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  • Wrentit - Bandon Marsh
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet: Wallowa State Park
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet (male)
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet - Backyard Birds, Ashland, OR
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet
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  • Golden-crowned Kinglet, Yaak, MT
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  • Blue-grey Gnatcatcher (Washington DC)
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  • Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
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  • Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
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  • Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
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  • Blue-grey Gnatcatcher (Washington DC)
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  • Black-tailed Gnatcatcher
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  • American Dipper - Lithia Park, Ashland, OR
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  • American Dipper (displaying the nictitating membrane, an additional translucent eyelid that allows the creature to see while affording its eyes additional protection. This is especially handy for birds that search for food underwater and for birds of prey flying at high speed, as it prevents their eyes from drying out.
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  • American Dipper in Ashland Creek
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  • American Dipper
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  • American Dipper: Wallowa State Park, OR
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet - Ashland Pond
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  • Bushtits on a suet feeder (the bird on the far right is a female with the yellow iris. Males have a dark brown iris.)- North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR