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Captured in Juanita Bay, Kirkland. #93051111  © Payam Nashery - Photoarts
......and they can toss their prey in synchrony.
Tufted Puffin Fratercula cirrhata
This Bald Eagle photograph was captured in Homer, Alaska (3/06).     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.
A Western Tanager on the west slope at Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver
Brown Thrasher    I'll eventually get around to commenting again ... sick cat, work, laziness, birds to photograph, laziness, and did I mention laziness?
Time to Go Fishing
Disgusting. You coulda cleaned the berry juice off before the photo shoot, at least.
This little gal looks awfully tired.  Perhaps she's ready for takeoff?    Be blessed.
Barn Owl
Wood Duck in fall colors (male) - Canard branchu aux couleurs d'automne (mâle),  Quebec, Quebec, Canada
White-throated sparrow
The Fish Nazi    So this osprey was eating his fish, pulling the bits out that he didn't want (entrails, etc.) and tossing them down to a grackle that was patiently waiting below him for scraps.    But for the rude seagull, there was 'No Fish For You!'
Captured in Juanita Bay, Kirkland.
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Captured in Juanita Bay, Kirkland. #93051111  © Payam Nashery - Photoarts
Captured in Juanita Bay, Kirkland.
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© Payam Nashery - Photoarts

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