Gregory Gard: Blog http://www.greggard.com/blog en-us (C) Gregory Gard info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) Sun, 24 Apr 2016 01:12:00 GMT Sun, 24 Apr 2016 01:12:00 GMT Wood Duck drake - New Jersey http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/wood-duck-drake-nj Adult male Wood Duck peacefully resting on a grass showing its beautiful iridescent feathers on his head:

Drake Wood Duck resting on grass and looking straight into a camera - NJ waterfowl photography Canon 5DsR + 600mm f/4 IS II + 1.4x extenderWood Duck drakeAdult male Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) resting on a grass - Bergen County, New Jersey

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If you are interested in seeing more of my waterfowl photography, please visit my gallery: www.greggard.com/ducks​

And here are some books that help me with my bird photography:

 

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Red-tailed Hawk's nest - week 4 http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/red-tailed-hawk-nest-nj At the time of this recording, young Red-tailed Hawks were about 4-5 weeks old. First half of the video shows an adult bringing just caught young bird to the nest, most likely European Starling chick. Second half shows young hawks feeding on the leftovers left in the nest.

 

And here you can see one of the two young hawks in the nest, stretching its wings fully exposing its underwing feathers:

Young Red-tailed Hawk stretching its wings fully showing just grown feathers - New Jersey bird of prey nestYoung Red-tailed Hawk stretching its wings at the nestJuvenile Red-tailed Hawk standing in the nest - New Jersey

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Video and photographs were taken with a Canon 1Dx camera paired with a Canon 600mm f/4 IS lens with a 2x extender at 1200mm 

If you are interested in seeing the progress of this nest, you can find my previous videos on YouTube:

- week 1 - youtu.be/AgnNa-FGtcI

- week 2 - youtu.be/dy8npJHJPqg

- week 3 - youtu.be/lSRS13aHjCo

 

Some books that might help you with hawkwatching:

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography bird of prey nest http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/red-tailed-hawk-nest-nj Wed, 20 Apr 2016 01:34:55 GMT
Sandwich Tern, Fort De Soto, Florida http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/sandwich-tern-fort-de-soto-fl Adult Sandwich Tern, in breeding plumage, taking a bath in a shallow water at For De Soto Park, Florida:

Sandwich Tern splashing water while taking a bath in a shallow water at Fort De Soto Park, Florida bird photography Canon 5DsR + 600mm + 1.4x teleconverterSandwich TernSandwich Tern (Thalasseus sandvicensis) Fort De Soto State Park, St. Petersburg, Florida

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If you are interested in seeing more of my shorebird photography, please visit my gallery www.greggard.com/shorebirds

 


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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 5DsR 600mm Bird Florida Photography shorebirds http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/sandwich-tern-fort-de-soto-fl Mon, 11 Apr 2016 23:41:18 GMT
Reddish Egret - Fort De Soto, Florida http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/reddish-egret-fort-de-soto-fl Reddish Egret (Egretta rufescens) hunting for fish in a shallow water at Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida

Reddish egret canopy hunting for fish with wings widespread at Fort De Soto, Florida, wading bird photographyReddish Egret with its wings widespreadReddish Egret (Egretta rufescens) - Fort De Soto State Park, St. Petersburg, Florida

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It was fun to photograph this egret chasing fish. With each second it was getting closer and closer to me, that at one point, I just stopped shooting and watched him do his "dance" :) I'm not sure what Florida does to birds but they are not afraid of people at all. At least not as much as here in NJ...

 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 5DsR 600mm Bird Florida Photography wading http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/reddish-egret-fort-de-soto-fl Fri, 08 Apr 2016 00:59:57 GMT
Red-tailed Hawk's nest - week 3 http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/red-tailed-hawk-nest-nj-3 I just finished processing another video from my Red-tailed Hawk nest series. This one was taken during my third visit to the nest, about 21 days after discovering it. It was the only time I saw both adults in the nest. Adult male brought in a meal and flew right away to a nearby tree where he could easily keep a watchful eye on the nest.

If you are interested in seeing the progress of this nest, you can find these videos on YouTube:

- week 1 - youtu.be/AgnNa-FGtcI

- week 2 - youtu.be/dy8npJHJPqg

- week 3 - youtu.be/lSRS13aHjCo

More coming soon :) 

 

 

Three weeks old Red-tailed Hawk chick standing in the nest showing off its down feathers on its belly and legs

Three weeks old Red-tailed Hawk chick standing in the nest showing off its down feathers on its belly and legsRed-tailed Hawk's nestYoung Red-tailed Hawk standing in the nest - New Jersey, USA

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and here you can see feathers on and under the wing:

Red-tailed Hawk chick showing its underwing feathersRed-tailed Hawk chicks in the nestRed-tailed Hawk - Buteo jamaicensis New Jersey

 

Video and photographs were taken with a Canon 1Dx camera paired with a Canon 600mm f/4 IS lens and 2x extender at 1200mm.

Some books that might help you with hawkwatching:

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography bird of prey nest http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/4/red-tailed-hawk-nest-nj-3 Sat, 02 Apr 2016 16:57:30 GMT
Bufflehead running on water - New Jersey http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/3/bufflehead-running-on-water-nj Adult male Bufflehead preparing to fly by running on water and rapidly flapping its wings:

Bufflehead drake preparing to fly up by running on water and rapidly flapping its wings - New Jersey waterfowl photography Canon 1Dx + 600mm + 1.4x teleconverterBufflehead drake taking offBufflehead - Bucephala albeola New Jersey

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Bufflehead is a one of our smallest ducks, often very energetic in its feeding. Related to the goldeneyes and, like them, nests in cavities; but unlike other hole-nesting ducks, the Bufflehead is small enough to use unmodified old nest holes of Northern Flickers, giving it a ready source of good nest sites. Less sociable than most ducks, seen in pairs or small groups, almost never in large flocks. The name "Bufflehead" is derived from "buffalo-head," for the male's odd puffy head shape. - source: Audubon

If you are interested in seeing more of my waterfowl photography, please visit my gallery: www.greggard.com/ducks​

And here are some books that help me with my bird photography:

 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography waterfowl http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/3/bufflehead-running-on-water-nj Tue, 29 Mar 2016 00:40:19 GMT
Red-tailed Hawk's nest - week 2 http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/3/red-tailed-hawk-nest Here is a video from my second visit to the Red-tailed Hawk nest:

 

The beginning shows an adult feeding a just caught pigeon to its chicks. Second half, recorded 5 days later, shows an adult preening young bird's feathers.

Isn't it amazing how fast young birds grow?

I hope you can see the difference in size and feathers that started to grow.

Adult Red-tailed Hawk in the nest with two young birds and prey - New JerseyRed-tailed Hawk's nestRed-tailed Hawk

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Video and photographs were taken with a Canon 1Dx camera paired with a Canon 600mm f/4 IS lens and either an 1.4x or 2x extenders at 840mm or 1200mm focal lengths.

 

Some books that might help with hawkwatching:

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography bird of prey hawk nest http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/3/red-tailed-hawk-nest Mon, 21 Mar 2016 00:07:30 GMT
Red-tailed Hawk's nest - week 1 http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/3/red-tailed-hawk-nest-nj Adult Red-tailed Hawk, with two chicks in the nest, in Northern New Jersey:

Adult Red-tailed Hawk in the nest with two one week old chicks - NJ bird of prey photography Canon 1Dx + 600mm + 2xRed-tailed Hawk's nestRed-tailed Hawk - Buteo jamaicensis New Jersey

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After discovering this nest, I decided to visit it once a week for about an hour, to document these young hawks growing up. With addition to photographs, I recorder videos. Here is a short video I've recorder on a week 1 showing and adult, presumably the mother, feeding a just caught rodent to its kids: 


At the time of this recording, I'd estimate these chicks were no more than 5 days old. Would love to hear your opinions on their age in the comments section. 
 
For more of my bird photography, please visit my website: www.greggard.com/birds

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Some books that might help with hawkwatching:

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography bird of prey hawk nest http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/3/red-tailed-hawk-nest-nj Thu, 03 Mar 2016 02:41:30 GMT
Short-eared Owl - Wallkill River NWR, NJ http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/short-eared-owl-wallkill-river-nwr-nj Short-eared Owl, with its ear-tufts raised up, looking straight into the camera with its big, yellow eyes:

Short-eared Owl perched on the snow in New Jersey bird of prey photography Canon 1Dx + 600mm f/4 IS lanes + 1.4x teleconverterShort-eared OwlShort-eared Owl - Asio flammeus New Jersey - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image -

I photographed this amazing bird of prey, resting in the daylight hours on the snow covered ground, at the Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge on New Jersey / New York border.

If you are interested in seeing more of my owl photography, please visit my gallery: greggard.com/owls 

Here are some books that I found useful to prepare for my encounters with owls:

 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography bird of prey owl http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/short-eared-owl-wallkill-river-nwr-nj Mon, 29 Feb 2016 00:54:05 GMT
Marbled Godwit - Fort De Soto, Florida http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/marbled-godwit-fort-de-soto-florida Vocalizing Marbled Godwit at Fort De Soto Park, Pinellas County, Florida:

Vocalizing Marbled Godwit at the Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida shorebird photography Canon 5DsR 600mm IS f/4Marbled GodwitMarbled Godwit - Limosa fedoa Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida

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If you are interested in seeing more of my shorebird photography, please visit my gallery: greggard.com/shorebirds​

Here are some books that provide good information about shorebirds:

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 5DsR 600mm Bird Florida Photography shorebirds http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/marbled-godwit-fort-de-soto-florida Tue, 23 Feb 2016 02:16:19 GMT
Fledgling Peregrine Falcon - New Jersey http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/fledgling-peregrine-falcon-new-jersey Fledgling Peregrine Falcon spreading its wings while standing on the edge of a cliff in Northern New Jersey: Juvenile Peregrine Falcon spreading its wings showing down feathers - New Jersey endangered bird of prey photographyJuvenile Peregrine FalconJuvenile Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) - Northern New Jersey

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Please help to continue the preservation of New Jersey's threatened and endangered wildlife by supporting work of Conserve Wildlife Foundation: www.conservewildlifenj.org

 

 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography bird of prey endangered http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/fledgling-peregrine-falcon-new-jersey Sun, 14 Feb 2016 20:50:57 GMT
American Oystercatcher - Nickerson Beach, New York http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/american-oystercatcher-nickerson-new-york American Oystercatcher probing a surf clam at the Nickerson Beach, Long Island, New York:

Adult American Oystercatcher probing an open surf shell in search for food at the Nickerson Beach, Long Island, New York shorebird photography Canon 1Dx 600mm IS f/4American OystercatcherAmerican Oystercatcher - Haematopus palliatus - Nickerson Beach, Long Island, New York, USA

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Here are some books that are great source of information about shorebirds:

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NY Photography shorebirds http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/american-oystercatcher-nickerson-new-york Wed, 10 Feb 2016 01:59:51 GMT
Drake Barrow's Goldeneye - San Francisco, California http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/male-barrows-goldeneye-ca Only with couple of hours to shoot, before continuing with my travels along the California's coast, I was lucky enough to photograph this male Barrow's Goldeneye (Bucephala islandica) swimming by at close range:

Drake Barrow's Goldeneye (Bucephala islandica) swimming by in a lake in San Francisco Bay Area waterfowl photography Canon 5DsR + 600mm f/4 IS II + 1.4xDrake Barrow's GoldeneyeAdult male Barrow's Goldeneye (Bucephala islandica) - San Francisco Bay Area, California

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Once again, waking up in early morning to arrive at the site before the sunrise helped with getting that nice, warm/gold color reflecting in the water. I'm also happy that this drake, in breeding plumage, decided to swim by to check me out, reveling its iridescent purplish colors on his head. I took this photograph in San Francisco Bay Area, California.

Interesting facts from CornellLab:

- The Barrow's Goldeneye is rather long-lived for a duck, with one individual reaching 18 years of age. Most females do not breed until they are three years old. The oldest Barrow Goldeneye recorded was a male who was at least 15 years, 4 months old.

- Like the Common Goldeneye, the Barrow's Goldeneye is not too particular about holding on to its own offspring. A female may lay eggs in the nest of another goldeneye or other species of cavity-nesting duck. Once the ducklings come out of the nest, the broods of different females often come together and are taken care of by a single female. The young ducklings are highly independent, feeding on their own, and require little parental care. 

Barrow's Goldeneye feeds on aquatic invertebrates and fish eggs, occasionally small fish and vegetation.

 

If you are interested in seeing more of my waterfowl photography, please visit my gallery: www.greggard.com/ducks​

And here are some books that help me with my bird photography:

 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 5DsR 600mm Bird CA Photography waterfowl http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/2/male-barrows-goldeneye-ca Thu, 04 Feb 2016 00:59:31 GMT
Drake Bufflehead flying by - New Jersey http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/bufflehead-flying-nj Adult male Bufflehead (Bucephala albeola) flying low above the water at the Oradell Reservoir, Bergen County, New Jersey:

Drake Bufflehead flying by low above the water - duck photography New Jersey  600mm f/4 IS mark II lens and 1.4x teleconverterDrake Bufflehead in-flightAdult male Bufflehead - Bucephala albeola - Bergen County, New Jersey for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image -

Bufflehead are very small, compact ducks with large, rounded heads and short, wide bills. They dive underwater to catch aquatic invertebrates. When courting females, male Buffleheads swim in front of them, rapidly bobbing their heads up and down. Bufflehead are most widespread in migration and winter, when they move south to coasts and large bodies of water, particularly shallow saltwater bays. They breed near lakes in northern forests where conifers mix with poplars or aspens. Bufflehead nest in tree cavities, especially old Northern Flicker holes. - source: CornellLab

If you are interested in seeing more of my waterfowl photography, please visit my gallery: www.greggard.com/ducks​

 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx Bird NJ Photography waterfowl http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/bufflehead-flying-nj Fri, 29 Jan 2016 00:53:55 GMT
Willet in winter plumage - Fort De Soto, Florida http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/wintering-shorebirds-florida Willet spreading its wings and jumping, to shake the water off, after taking a bath:

Willet in winter plumage jumping out of the water, after taking a bath, spreading its wings with water droplets flying off - Florida shorebird photography Canon 5DsR 600mm 1.4x extenderWillet jumpingWillet - Tringa semipalmata - Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida

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I photographed this wintering Willet at the Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida.

For more shorebird photographs please visit my gallery: greggard.com/shorebirds

 

 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 5DsR 600mm Bird Florida Photography shorebirds http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/wintering-shorebirds-florida Sat, 23 Jan 2016 01:46:29 GMT
George Washington Bridge lit up in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/gwb-lights-mlk-jr George Washington Bridge lit up for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as seen from the New Jersey side of the Hudson River, Palisades Interstate Park:

George Washington Bridge lit up for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as seen from NJGeorge Washington Bridge lit up for Martin Luther King, Jr. DayGeorge Washington Bridge lit up for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as seen from the New Jersey side of the Hudson River, Palisades Interstate Park

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 5DsR GWB NJ bridge night photography http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/gwb-lights-mlk-jr Tue, 19 Jan 2016 02:36:43 GMT
Adult Peregrine Falcon - New Jersey http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/adult-peregrine-falcon-palisades Looking down on an adult Peregrine Falcon with a remainder, of a just eaten, meal on its beak:

Adult Peregrine Falcon looking up and sticking out its tongue - NJ bird of prey photography Canon 1Dx 600mm f/4 IS IIAdult Peregrine FalconPeregrine Falcon - Falco peregrinus Northern New Jersey - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image -

 

I took this photograph in the Palisades Interstate Park, Bergen County, New Jersey.

If you are interested in seeing more of my peregrine falcon photographs, please visit my gallery: 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird NJ Photography bird of prey http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/adult-peregrine-falcon-palisades Sun, 17 Jan 2016 19:08:43 GMT
Short-billed Dowitcher - Fort De Soto, FL http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/short-billed-dowitcher-de-soto Short-billed Dowitcher (Limnodromus griseus) in nonbreeding plumage, standing in a shallow water at the Fort De Soto County Park, St. Petersburg, Florida:

Short-billed Dowitcher walking in a shallow water at the Fort De Soto Park in St. Petersburg, Florida shorebird photography Canon 5DsR + 600mm f/4 IS II + 1.4x extenderShort-billed DowitcherShort-billed Dowitcher - Limnodromus griseus Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida

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I had a superb 3 day visit to the Fort De Soto over the holidays. To my surprise, every morning was very foggy but evenings provided excellent opportunities to photograph shorebirds at low angle.

Get ready. I will be posting a lot of photographs from this short visit in upcoming weeks :)

I can't wait to visit this fabulous place again! :D
 

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 5DsR 600mm Bird Florida Photography shorebirds http://www.greggard.com/blog/2016/1/short-billed-dowitcher-de-soto Thu, 14 Jan 2016 01:46:58 GMT
Marbled Godwit - San Diego, CA http://www.greggard.com/blog/2015/12/marbled-godwit-san-diego-ca Marbled Godwit (Limosa fedoa) walking along the beach in San Diego, California:

Marbled Godwit in non-breeding plumage on the beach in San Diego, California shorebird photography Canon 1Dx 600mmMarbled GodwitMarbled Godwit - Limosa fedoa Coronado Beach, San Diego, California

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Black Phoebe - San Diego, CA http://www.greggard.com/blog/2015/12/black-phoebe-san-diego-ca Black Phoebe (Sayornis nigricans) perched on top of a seaweed along the Coronado Beach in San Diego, California:

Black Phoebe, flycatcher, perched on top of a seaweed on the beach in San Diego, California shorebird photography Canon 1Dx 600mm IS f/4 + 1.4x extenderBlack PhoebeBlack Phoebe - Sayornis nigricans - San Diego, California

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Black Phoebes sit upright on low perches near water and make short flights to catch insects. They pump their tails up and down incessantly when perched. They nest in mud cups anchored in protected nooks, often under a bridge or the eaves of a building. They often keep up a string of sharp chip calls. in the U.S., you’ll almost always find these flycatchers near water. They live along streams, rivers, lakes, and the Pacific Ocean. As long as there is water present and some kind of ledge or overhang on which to anchor a mud nest, Black Phoebes could be around.

Interesting facts:

- Although it mostly eats insects, the Black Phoebe sometimes snatches minnows from the surface of ponds. It may even feed fish to nestlings.

- The male Black Phoebe gives the female a tour of potential nest sites, hovering in front of each likely spot for 5 to 10 seconds. But it’s the female who makes the final decision and does all the nest construction.

- Black Phoebes don’t usually venture outside their breeding and wintering areas, but on rare occasions they are seen as far east as Florida. One misplaced bird showed up in Minnesota in the fall.

- One pair of Black Phoebes got some unwanted house guests when a pair of House Finches moved into their nest. The finches added 5 eggs to the 6 phoebe eggs already there, and the two females alternated incubation duties for an entire week before both species abandoned the nest.

- The oldest Black Phoebe on record was at least 8 years old when it was captured and released by a bird bander in California in 1981.

source: CornellLab

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info@greggard.com (Gregory Gard) 1Dx 600mm Bird CA Photography http://www.greggard.com/blog/2015/12/black-phoebe-san-diego-ca Fri, 18 Dec 2015 02:28:09 GMT