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This photograph of fighting male Prairie Chickens was captured in southeast Nebraska (4/09).      This photograph is protected by the U.S. Copyright Laws and shall not to be downloaded or reproduced by any means without the formal written permission of Ken Conger Photography.
Purple-bibbed Whitetip
Scarlet Tanager (Male)
Carolina Chickadee
House Sparrow    Was sitting in my blind and noticed a Bald Eagle fly over the house. That means it is very near time for me to check the nest about 3 miles away at the Sotterley Plantation.
Female Red Bellied Woodpecker
Wood Duck (male) - Canard branchu (mâle),   Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Soaring
The Snowy Egret (Egretta thula) is a small white heron. It is the American counterpart to the very similar Old World Little Egret, which has established a foothold in the Bahamas.
Cardinal on Ice    Betcha she wishes she was a Southern Cardinal :) Sorry honey, you may be located south of the Mason-Dixon, but you're still a Yankee!
Pileated Woodpecker.  Not the sharpest but I so seldom get a shot of these large birds.    Have a blessed day!
This photograph of fighting male Prairie Chickens was captured in southeast Nebraska (4/09).

This photograph is protected by the U.S. Copyright Laws and shall not to be downloaded or reproduced by any means without the formal written permission of Ken Conger Photography.

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This photograph of fighting male Prairie Chickens was captured in southeast Nebraska (4/09).      This photograph is protected by the U.S. Copyright Laws and shall not to be downloaded or reproduced by any means without the formal written permission of Ken Conger Photography.
This photograph of fighting male Prairie Chickens was captured in southeast Nebraska (4/09).

This photograph is protected by the U.S. Copyright Laws and shall not to be downloaded or reproduced by any means without the formal written permission of Ken Conger Photography.

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Photo by: Ken Conger · See photo in original gallery.

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