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Utah Bird Photos

Since 1996 I have taken nearly 1,000,000 photos. Of those about 14,000 have made it to this website, including over 1,000 species of birds that have been viewed more than 400,000 times.



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    Blackbird Flock32 viewsMostly Common Grackle, but also Rusty Blackbird, European Starling and Red-winged Blackbird. Hawthorne Mine, southwestern Indiana. December 2006
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    Herring Gull54 viewsPretty typical Herring Gull, except for the yellow colored legs. The bird was also in Utah at a rather late date for this species, being the 1st week in April. Antelope Island Causeway, Davis County, Utah. April 2007
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    Ring-billed Gull46 viewsThis bird has partial asymmetric albinism, with one wings primaries being completely white, while the others appear normal. Also, this bird had orangish-yellow legs, which is quite odd for ring-bile Gull. Salt Lake County Landfill, Salt Lake County, Utah. January 2007
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    Ring-billed Gull36 viewsThis bird has partial asymmetric albinism, with one wings primaries being completely white, while the others appear normal. Also, this bird had orangish-yellow legs, which is quite odd for ring-bile Gull. Salt Lake County Landfill, Salt Lake County, Utah. January 2007
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    Ring-billed Gull34 viewsThis bird has partial asymmetric albinism, with one wings primaries being completely white, while the others appear normal. Also, this bird had orangish-yellow legs, which is quite odd for ring-bile Gull. Salt Lake County Landfill, Salt Lake County, Utah. January 2007
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    Ring-billed Gull34 viewsThis bird has partial asymmetric albinism, with one wings primaries being completely white, while the others appear normal. Also, this bird had orangish-yellow legs, which is quite odd for ring-bile Gull. Salt Lake County Landfill, Salt Lake County, Utah. January 2007
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    Ring-billed Gull35 viewsThis bird has partial asymmetric albinism, with one wings primaries being completely white, while the others appear normal. Also, this bird had orangish-yellow legs, which is quite odd for ring-bile Gull. Salt Lake County Landfill, Salt Lake County, Utah. January 2007
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