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GREETINGS FELLOW BIRDERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS. WHAT A WILD MONTH. BETWEEN ICE AND SNOW STORMS, DOWNED WIRES AND TREES , I COVERED A LOT OF GROUND THIS MONTH. MY FAVORITES WERE THE HORNED LARKS AND SNOW BUNTINGS AT MAPLE KNOLL FARM (THANKS RICHARD AND VICKY) AND THE DUCKS. TO VIEW THE IMAGES AS A SLIDESHOW WITH MUSIC, CLICK ON THE SLIDESHOW TAB IN THE UPPER RIGHT. ALL OF THE IMAGES ARE COPYRIGHT BY HARRIS BROWN AND MAY NOT BE USED IN ANY WAY WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION. THANKS AND ENJOY.

BLUE JAY 1054-040

BLUE JAY 1054-040

BLUE JAY 1054-099

BLUE JAY  1054-099

MALE NORTHERN CARDINAL 1057-047

MALE NORTHERN CARDINAL 1057-047

TUFTED TITMOUSE 1047-014

TUFTED TITMOUSE 1047-014

CAROLINA CHICKADEE 1057-028

CAROLINA CHICKADEE  1057-028

FEMALE DOWNY WOODPECKER 1056-007

FEMALE DOWNY WOODPECKER 1056-007

MALE DOWNY WOODPECKER 1055-008

MALE DOWNY WOODPECKER 1055-008

MALE RED-BELLIED WOODPECKER 1056-014

MALE RED-BELLIED WOODPECKER  1056-014

MALE PILEATED WOODPECKER 1059-005

MALE PILEATED WOODPECKER  1059-005

NORTHERN FLICKER 1054-054

NORTHERN FLICKER 1054-054

MALE WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCH 1053-005

MALE WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCH 1053-005

SLATE COLORED JUNCO 1057-005

SLATE COLORED JUNCO 1057-005

SONG SPARROW 1057-031

SONG SPARROW  1057-031

FOX SPARROW 1060-015

FOX SPARROW  1060-015

CHIPPING SPARROW 1057-115

CHIPPING SPARROW 1057-115

SAVANNAH SPARROW 1061-084

SAVANNAH SPARROW 1061-084

TREE SPARROW 1056-116

TREE SPARROW 1056-116

WHITE-THROATED SPARROW 1038-69

WHITE-THROATED SPARROW  1038-69

HORNED LARK 1061-044

HORNED LARK  1061-044

HORNED LARK 1061-122

HORNED LARK  1061-122

Guestbook for FEBRUARY 2014 WILDLIFE
sharon furlong(non-registered)
today was the first day i could really look at these…your magnificent bird portraits. i always love your work, and that of fran's as well, but there is always one or two that capture something special for me. here, the one of the bunting and horned lark was special, along with the drake hooded merganser. the lighting on both shots was glorious. thank you!
Rob(non-registered)
Hi Harris, The shot of the hen wigeon banking in-flight is a masterpiece. Also love the canvasback with gear down and the head-on of the hen canvasback landing.
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