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Bird Watching Photos - DAUPHIN ISLAND, ALABAMA

     
Photo Prothonotary Warbler, a colorful denizen of wet woodlands.
Photo by Tom Amico, tour participant
A nice capture at the banding station, a Kentucky Warbler.
Photo by Dick Scribner, tour participant
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Photo Eastern Kingbirds are fun to watch!
Photo by W.Z.
The Red-headed Woodpecker likes to excavate its nesting cavity in open habitat with scattered trees.
Photo by Steve Dale
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Photo This female Ruby-throated Hummingbird migrated across the Gulf of Mexico, quite a feat.
Photo by Steve Dale
White-eyed Vireo has a distinctive song, one of several variations of 'drink your beer CHICK!'
Photo by Barry Ulman, tour participant
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Photo Blue Grosbeak is a nicely hued migrant.
Photo by Barry Ulman, tour participant
Mourning Doves are gorgeous.
Photo by John Puschock
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Photo A mixed roost with many Anhingas.
Photo by Frank Stermitz, tour participant
Least Tern holding a fish, part of its courtship behavior (the tern, not the fish).
Photo by Frank Stermitz, tour participant
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Photo Mottled Duck with ducklings.
Photo by Frank Stermitz, tour participant
American White Pelican is one big bird!
Photo by John Puschock
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Photo Black Skimmers feed by dragging their longer lower mandible through the surface of the water in search of prey.
Photo by John Puschock
One word describes the Swallow-tailed Kite very well--WOW!
Photo by Les Eastman
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Photo Another northbound migrant, the Wilson's Phalarope.
Photo by David Nelson
A noisy, showy shorebird, the Black-necked Stilt.
Photo by Dick Scribner, tour participant
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Photo Wilson's Plover nests on the outer beaches.
Photo by Dick Scribner, tour participant
A Reddish Egret uses its 'drunken sailor' feeding technique to scare up prey.
Photo by Dick Scribner, tour participant
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Photo White Ibis are common in the coastal southeast United States.
Photo by Judy Schneider, tour participant
The Spiny Softshell has a unique snout.
Photo by Dick Scribner, tour participant
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Photo The American Alligator is the official state reptile of Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
Photo by Judy Schneider, tour participant
As both Laughing Gulls and Brown Pelicans are abundant on the Gulf Coast, you could witness this sight. I personally never have, but I would love to.
Photo by Terry Tigue
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