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Tagged as birding, birdwatching, Clark's Nutcracker, nature, New Mexico, NM, photo, photography, Sandia Crest, Sandia Mountains, Sandias, wildlife
Wow – I did not know you had these birds in NM. Learning something every day on twitter! Nice corvid shots too.
We don’t have those here…GREAT captures…and in their natural habitat, too!!
Fantastic images! How wonderful that you were able to capture two feeding together.
Thanks Pat, Cindy and Julie. I was very fortunate to see the two of them feeding in the treetops. They were right at the edge of my ability to photograph them, and the photos are not the best. I was so tickled to see them this far south, and two of them feeding at that, that I decided to go ahead and post the photos. I’m happy you enjoyed seeing them.
This is my first view of the Clark’s Nutcracker … thanks! What an exciting find!
Thanks Debbie. So delighted to hear from you. Hope you are well and happy. I love these interesting Corvids!
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