10-6-20 A Hike At Lincoln Marsh

Enoch

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Headed out before sunset for an hour and found some wildlife. It was a gorgeous day. I didn't know if the warblers would still be around, but they were! Merlin says that Rusty Blackbirds are rare around here, but I saw several.
Killdeer
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Palm Warbler
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Palm Warbler
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Yellow-rumped Warbler
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Palm Warbler
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Painted Turtle
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Palm Warbler
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Yellow-rumped Warbler
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Mallard Ducks
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Rusty Blackbird
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Red-Veined Darter Dragonfly
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Palm Warbler
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Keeth101

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Lovely pictures.
Some ID of them all would have been nice for those of us who aren't too familiar with the wildlife in your area/country.
 

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You are welcome! Sometimes I forget that not everyone is a bird nerd like me. :)
I love birds and wildlife in general from insects through to Elephants and recognized the Killdeer and was pretty sure of the Palm Warbler having seen (and photographed) them on travels, the Mallard is common here (UK) but the rest I needed the ID. Thanks again.
 

Enoch

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I love birds and wildlife in general from insects through to Elephants and recognized the Killdeer and was pretty sure of the Palm Warbler having seen (and photographed) them on travels, the Mallard is common here (UK) but the rest I needed the ID. Thanks again.
Thanks for laying that out. Also a good reminder for me that the M43 community is international. It's a beautiful thing!
 

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