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Happy May Fellow Birders and Photographers. I saw my first of year Wood Thrush, Hummingbird and Oriole this morning-very exciting. And speaking of exciting, the month of April certainly was. Fran and I covered a lot of ground. We hit Brigantine, Barnegat, Bombay Hook, Middle Creek, Pennypack Trust, Peace Valley and spent 10 days on Florida's west coast. It was really difficult to limit the number of images in this months post. To view the images as a slideshow with music (those of you using a tablet or mobile device will probably not hear the soundtrack), hit the SLIDESHOW tab in the upper right. All of the images are copyright by me, Harris Brown, and may not be used for any purpose without written permission. Your feedback is always welcome.
Enjoy the images and see you on the trails.

HEN RED-BREASTED MERGANSER 1139-091

HEN RED-BREASTED MERGANSER 1139-091

DRAKE RED-BREASTED MERGANSER 1139-093

DRAKE RED-BREASTED MERGANSER 1139-093

DRAKE HARLEQUIN DUCK 1128-030

DRAKE HARLEQUIN DUCK 1128-030

RUDDY TURNSTONE 1138-130

RUDDY TURNSTONE 1138-130

PURPLE SANDPIPER 944-188

PURPLE SANDPIPER 944-188

HEN BUFFLEHEAD 1138-017

HEN BUFFLEHEAD 1138-017

HEN LESSER SCAUP 1139-117

HEN LESSER SCAUP 1139-117

DRAKE LESSER SCAUP HB3_7408

DRAKE LESSER SCAUP HB3_7408

HEN LONG-TAILED DUCK 1139-058

HEN LONG-TAILED DUCK 1139-058

DRAKE NORTHERN PINTAIL2 1139-112

DRAKE NORTHERN PINTAIL2   1139-112

PIPING PLOVER 1142-073

PIPING PLOVER 1142-073

PIPING PLOVER 1146-140

PIPING PLOVER 1146-140

WILSONS PLOVER 1147-003

WILSONS PLOVER 1147-003

BLACK BELLIED PLOVER 1146-093

BLACK BELLIED PLOVER 1146-093

LEAST SANDPIPER 1147-071

LEAST SANDPIPER 1147-071

SANDERLING 1147-044

SANDERLING 1147-044

SANDERLING 1147-061

SANDERLING 1147-061

STILT SANDPIPER

STILT SANDPIPER

AMERICAN OYSTERCATCHER

AMERICAN OYSTERCATCHER

ANHINGA 1144-007

ANHINGA 1144-007

Guestbook for APRIL 2015 WILDLIFE
sharon furlong(non-registered)
wonderful! every time i look at your bird portraits, i learn something new about that bird. about the feathering, the bill, the coloring….

and nice music, especially with the gulls in the background. thank you for these.
Sam Kulp(non-registered)
Excellent photos as usual. I was wondering where you saw the Black Hooded Parakeet then saw that you spent 10 days on the west coast of Florida. I have been to Florida's west coast five times and always enjoy the bird life there.