Bird Food Web

Desert Food Webs (Early Bird Food Webs)

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Food Chain

Coopers Hawk eating freshly taken mourning dove in my backyard.











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Preening (Explore July 20, 2014)
This was captured near my home in Norway. It's a small lake, protected as a wildlife preserve for waterfowl. Usually the mallard ducks have their young hidden in the reeds, so this was a surprise to see. I had been...
Photo by Anne Worner on Flickr
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Mud Hen or American Coot (Fulica americana) feeding her baby
Click to view in Lightbox. . Having a lot of fun watching this coot and her chicks (she has 7) on our slough here on Bluebird Estates. . A Mud Hen is a marsh bird with short wings and long legs that inhabits swamps...
Photo by Peggy2012CREATIVELENZ on Flickr
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A Caching Steller's
One of our two neighborhood Steller's Jays, stocking up and caching nuts, seeds and foraged foods. These are almonds left out for the birds ... not foraged from local trees. This jay had four or five in its expanded...
Photo by Ingrid Taylar on Flickr