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June 15, 2012

Phriday Photo – More Dickcissels

Dickcissels have been abundant this year. Not only that but they always seem to be posing for photos.


Singing Dickcissel

Singing Dickcissel

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  1. Daniel E. Levenson says:

    Great photo of a very cool bird – it’s amazing to think that it can maintain its balance and just perch there like that atop of the stalk of of a plant. I just started a new natural history blog with an emphasis on birds and birding called New England Nature Notes, which may be of interest to you:

    Recent posts have focused on a wide range of avian life from green Herons to Blue Jays to the Eastern Towhee and birding by kayak. Perhaps if you like what you see we could do a link exchange – I would post a link to your site on mine, and vice versa ?

    Drop me a note if you’d like to discuss further.

    Dan Levenson
    New England Nature Notes

    Posted on: June 22, 2012 @ 5:20 pm

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