Five On A Wire – #4


Sharing another series of five birds perched on a wire.  They do love their 360Β° views on them!

The first two are both American Kestrels; one is a male, the other a female, for the bonus of comparison.


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American Kestrel (male)

Males have slate blue on their wings, females do not.


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American Kestrel (female)


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Loggerhead Shrike


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Palm Warbler


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Red-shouldered Hawk


(All photos taken in Everglades City, Florida, January/February 2021)


23 thoughts on “Five On A Wire – #4

  1. Pingback: Five On A Wire – #4 β€” Photos by Donna – Β° BLOG Β° Gabriele Romano

  2. Wonderful shots, Donna. I’m so impressed not only by your photography but your ability to identify all of them. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a loggerhead shrike. The others only very rarely. The kestrels are beautiful and I love the hawk. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thank you, Susan! I’ve enjoyed birding for past ten years and have always wanted to know what they were once I’d get a nice shot, lol. AND I’m still learning! πŸ™‚ Ugh with shorebirds, gulls, and sparrows. They still kick my butt on IDing. πŸ˜‰

  3. Pingback: Five On A Wire – #4 | Photos by Donna – Wolf's Birding and Bonsai Blog

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