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The Birds of Cedar Hill
#362269 Dec 7th, 2012 at 06:07 AM
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The Birds of Cedar Hill

Dodge asked to see some of my bird photographs, so I browsed my collection of over 2000 pictures of birds and picked out some of my favorites. Some photos may have been posted before, but most of them have never been seen before.

These birds were all photographed in or near the Gardens of Cedar Hill in foothills of the Cascade Mountains, in western Washington. :wink:
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Bill #362271 Dec 7th, 2012 at 07:26 AM
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Gosh that took my breath away....What a wonderful collection Mr Bill
Loved the adventure ..
Gold finch was sharp
Cutie baby hummer
Goosebeak is such a pretty orange
Evening goosebeaks remind me of around the fire time..Must of been a sight to behold
Blue Heron.......We have them here but rare views.
Orange house finch.. Cute but none here
Doves are the same here ,look like a clay pigeon
Beautiful ma /pa peacocks......the blue is so vivid
pleated woodpercker is cute
Never seen a red head Hawk here
SWANS are awesome, Looked like they were ready to do a dance.LOL
Varied trush cute
White crowned sparrow was so nice.

Sure enjoyed your tour.....Hey keep adding....Everyone else can add too.

I know it took lots of time to post these Bill. thanks ..
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Bill #362285 Dec 7th, 2012 at 10:13 PM
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very nice,,, grin


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angelblossom #362300 Dec 8th, 2012 at 02:34 AM
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Todays bird..Dec 8

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Bill #362303 Dec 8th, 2012 at 03:53 AM
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Wonderful pics Bill.


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Loved watching that 3 toed woodpecker feeding it's baby that day. luv
We got some good video of that somewhere.

I didn't see a picture of Lola up there...lol


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dodge #363760 Jan 25th, 2013 at 01:05 PM
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WOODY WENT TO WAR TODAY ...........HE WAS VERY MAD..LOOK..

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wonderful pictures, Bill--thanks for posting them.


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My name isnt Bill

Dodge :ding:


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dodge #363771 Jan 26th, 2013 at 02:11 AM
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Originally Posted by dodge
My name isnt Bill

Dodge :ding:


lol nope it is not----and yes of course your picture is wonderful as well.. between my poor camera and my inability to "catch" the birds at the best time, I will never be able to take as good of pictures as Bill and you do. Another reason why I enjoy seeing other's pictures so much. I thank you both.

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The woody war continues..heres one without a red spot.Can any one clue me in ,is it a female or youngie or what?
Today the reed tip was back.. is it male?


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that's one of the kind that I have in my yard now. No red but very pretty. Hope Bill knows the name.

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Thanks........we better hunt the thorn......


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