Kent Burnett |
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Birds of Southern Arizona
May 2003 trip to Sierra Vista, Arizona.
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Nice photos! Some incorrect names, but such cool pictures! The northern cardinal is beautiful...as is the Western Tanager, Hepatic Tanager, and Blackheaded Grosbeak. I love hummers, and there are so many! Grackle and Turkey vulture are amazing, too.
WOOOOHOOO! Birds sure are amazing.
Im not telling
That picture in Birds of southern Arizona that says "Western Bluebird" is apparently incorrect. The bird in the photo is a LAZULI BUNTING. You're lucky to see one, but please look in a field guide (bird ID book) before confirming what you saw to everyone- they will get misinformation.
beautiful pictures. thanks for sharing them
You must spend a weekend at my cabin in Utah. Most mornings I have Moose in my yard. I can only imagine what you could capture in the High Unitas!
Kent, thank you for sharing God's beautiful creatures from nature. Especially enjoyed the Catcher's: Vermillion Fly and the Black Cap Gnat and the "hummer" 21.jpg. There seems to be no limit to the joy we can discover outdoors! Happy Trails! chris
kent these pictures are for the birds! hope you will send them a copy. in meantime I need to know the names of these birds so I can call them.I know the penguin,batman and robin all appreciate that birds of a feather stick together. bye bye birdie. tweet tweet roger
The power of modern technology makes it possible for film and camera to freeze movement that the human eye cannot see, but nothing will replace the photographer's eye when it captures the power of innocense.
I can't believe that a digital camera could freeze the action so well. You have some very nice pictures.
Maybe you should switch professions. At least you will have something to do when you retire.
Thanks for sending these.
These are exquisite! I am very impressed. Makes me want to burn a lot of my own. Keep up the good work.
How close were you...pictures are so clear and stopped the wings in flight! How did you post on this sight?
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