Little Birdies


My next few posts will be done in category groupings with lots of photos so I can ‘catch up’ on sharing the beauty of the birds along Cape Hatteras National Seashore during their October migration to or through here.

Let’s start with the little birdies…..those that stayed still long enough to allow me a photograph or two.  😉  


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Swamp Sparrow (new lifer #212 💃)


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Savannah Sparrow


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House Sparrow (actually a year-round resident)


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Blackburnian Warbler (new lifer #213 💃)


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Blackburnian Warbler


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Palm Warbler (Western female)


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Palm Warbler (Western female)


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Yellow-rumped Warbler


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Carolina Chickadee (another year-round resident)


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Brown Creeper


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Brown Creeper


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Red-breasted Nuthatch


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American Redstart (female)


Thank you, HJ (Avian101), for your assistance in confirming my two new lifers and the Palm Warbler (Western)!!


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