Five Unique Species Of Birds In One Field Of Vision Down The Dock

What I failed to mention was that there were two adult eider just to left of my frame.  Incredible coincidence having all these birds together.

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3 Responses to Five Unique Species Of Birds In One Field Of Vision Down The Dock

  1. I could have left the duck and you would have had six.

  2. E.J. says:

    I saw what appeared to be a snowy or little egret (although I couldn’t see yellow feet, so not sure), same night heron two times, homie once and swan two times. My math’s not great, but I think that makes 4, although the eiders would make 5, and R. Duckie would have made 6. Very cool to see them all in one spot, and good catch on the night heron as they are shy and tend to blend into their background so are often hard to see.

  3. Paula O'Brien says:

    Just another day in paradise, I’d say.

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