Julie Frost, SFF writer (agilebrit) wrote,
Julie Frost, SFF writer
agilebrit

#Birding photos from Alta

Not a lot of variety today, but a bunch of new-to-me birds, close up, and not bothered at all by the proximity of these weirdo humans snapping pictures.



Black Rosy-Finch
BlackRosyFinch1754.JPG

BlackRosyFinch1824.JPG

BlackRosyFinch1828.JPG

Clark's Nutcracker
ClarkesNutcracker1785.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1759.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1762.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1769.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1776.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1787.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1788.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1789.JPG

ClarksNutcracker1870.JPG

Grey-Crowned Rosy-Finch (two different subspecies, I think)
GreyCrownedRosyFinch1724.JPG

GreyCrownedRosyFinch1732.JPG

GreyCrownedRosyFinch1748.JPG

GreyCrownedRosyFinch1750.JPG

GreyCrownedRosyFinch1829.JPG

GreyCrownedRosyFinch1834.JPG

GreyCrownedRosyFinch1838.JPG

GreyCrownedRosyFinch1891.JPG

Hairy Woodpecker
HairyWoodpecker1802.JPG

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HairyWoodpecker1811.JPG

HairyWoodpecker1812.JPG

Mixed group of Rosy-Finches on the feeder
MixedRosyFinches1765.JPG

RosyFinches1821.JPG

Stellar's Jay
StellarsJay1793.JPG

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StellarsJay1858.JPG

StellarsJay1865.JPG

And some kind of Rosy-Finch hanging out with the others. ETA: Experts say juvenile Black Rosy-Finch.
UnkRosyFince1745.JPG

UnkRosyFinch1746.JPG
Tags: birding, pix
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