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Most recent PHOTOS matching your search for 'Birds of Kentucky'...
  1. Birds of Kentucky: Lady & Lord Cardinal pay a visit (Photo ID: 78301)
    Cardinals grazing on seeds, appeared to be a married couple. Maybe not. Some sites say they mate for life. Others say they are monogamous - for a ... (click photo title to read more)

  2. Birds of Kentucky: Up close with a Great Blue Heron (Photo ID: 78278)
    For more about this magnificent bird, including an overview, ID information, life history, maps, and sounds see ... (click photo title to read more)

  3. Birds of Kentucky: American Robins (Photo ID: 78268)
    A pair of Robins grazing.... (click photo title to read more)

  4. Birds of Kentucky -- American Cardinal a Lindsey Wilson greeter (Photo ID: 78126)
    Heading to the Chamber of Commerce meeting on the campus of Lindsey Wilson College today allowed for a visit with this singer, an American Cardina... (click photo title to read more)

  5. Birds of Kentucky: Owl on sign at LaKe Barkley State Resort Park (Photo ID: 78051)
    CADIZ, KY (Wed 5 Apr 2018) - Tickets are on sale for the annual "Owl Prowl Weekend" at Lake Barkley State Resort Park, 3500 State Park Road, Cad... (click photo title to read more)

  6. Birds of Kentucky: Fourplex/4 gourd bird house by Rick Bault (Photo ID: 78028)
    This is Bird House Ricky Bault made last year from gourds. - Mitzi Bault ... (click photo title to read more)

  7. Birds of Kentucky: Ducks on Bowling Park Lake (Photo ID: 77945)
    Beautiful, entertaining ducks on the lake at Bowling Park, Edmonton, KY as Easter weekend activities at the park begin. - EW. (Visit the park on S... (click photo title to read more)

  8. Birds of Kentucky, Muscovy Duck at Bowling Park Lake (Photo ID: 77924)
    Things have been really busy preparing for Easter Weekend at Bowling Park and Christ the Healer Church. On the lake, the ducks and geese appeared ... (click photo title to read more)

  9. Birds of Kentucky: Mourning Dove on a wire on Bull Run Lane (Photo ID: 77851)
    This mourning dove sitting on a wire in the heavy rain yesterday, Saturday, March 24, 2018, seemed to fit a stoic mood of the day, but even more s... (click photo title to read more)

  10. Birds of Kentucky: American Coot (Photo ID: 77810)
    An American Coot, running on Lake Shelby.... (click photo title to read more)

  11. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Goose on the wing (Photo ID: 77782)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  12. Birds of Kentucky - Great Blue Heron by Wayne Baxter (Photo ID: 77771)
    A lone Blue Heron waits for tasty meal to flow by below Green River Dam. - WAYNE BAXTER... (click photo title to read more)

  13. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron (Photo ID: 77715)
    For more about this species, see allaboutbirds.org/guide/Great_Blue_Heron. ... (click photo title to read more)

  14. Birds of Kentucky: Bird on a tire (Photo ID: 77496)
    Bird on a tire was the name of this movie, instead of Bird on a Wire, the one staring Goldie Hawn. The little brown bird perched atop a pickup tru... (click photo title to read more)

  15. Birds of Kentucky: Ringbilled Gull, Russell Springs, KY (Photo ID: 77494)
    This ring billed gull put on quite an aerial show this afternoon, Saturday, March 3, 2018, and rarely landed for easy photos, but it did sit still... (click photo title to read more)

  16. Birds of Kentucky: Crow pretending to be a weathervane (Photo ID: 77261)
    The black crow is pretending to be a weathervane, at least it might look so in the depth-of-field illusion spotted on Sunday morning, February 18,... (click photo title to read more)

  17. Birds of Kentucky: Food time on Grady Loop (Photo ID: 76953)
    Robin Red Breasts stood out among the Starlings and all got along nicely as the snow melted and food became plentiful. - LW... (click photo title to read more)

  18. Birds of Kentucky: Rooftop Heron, Lexington, KY (Photo ID: 76913)
    Dena Lentz shares this impressive photo she captions: "Heron in South Point subdivision in Lexington." ... (click photo title to read more)

  19. Write your own caption photo for Birds of Kentucky (Photo ID: 76854)
    The Robin is definitely pondering the sign with a bird's eye. What's it thinking. It's a picture in need of your caption. Send using the "Comm... (click photo title to read more)

  20. Birds of Kentucky: 4 and 20 Robins in the Dogwood tree (Photo ID: 76800)
    Just when I thought the whole world was going to be in black and white for a few days until the snow can melt away, I looked up and discovered thi... (click photo title to read more)

  21. Birds of Kentucky: Gathering of 75 Wild Turkeys at Egypt, KY (Photo ID: 76756)
    A few they were not. As seen from KY 551 Saturday morning, there must have been 75 or more feeding on acorns or maybe beech, beneath a large tree... (click photo title to read more)

  22. Birds of Kentucky: Bald Eagles at Green River (Photo ID: 76647)
    Lawrence writes, "I was able to get these pictures at the Green River. I have been watching these three...it was cold but worth it."... (click photo title to read more)

  23. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron on Campbellsville City Lake (Photo ID: 76499)
    Probably a familiar figure to those who visit the lake more often, probably has a name. The bird permitted only momentary photo ops before flying ... (click photo title to read more)

  24. Birds of Kentucky: Sandhill Cranes in Barren Co., KY (Photo ID: 76094)
    Barren River Lake State Resort Park will host its Sandhill Crane tours on two weekends in late January, 2018. Thousands of Sandhill Cranes make B... (click photo title to read more)

  25. Birds of Kentucky: Murder mystery (Photo ID: 76032)
    These two crows were spotted in a tree Saturday, November 25, 2017, occasionally flying out together, apparently just to foil the shot. Bi... (click photo title to read more)

  26. Birds of Kentucky: Chicken Hawk at Greater Bliss Bird Sanctuary (Photo ID: 74749)
    This hawk is a regular at Junior & Connie Stotts' place. It's been hanging out for about six months. The hawk is a welcome guest; Junior has see... (click photo title to read more)

  27. Birds of Kentucky: Hummingbird v Bee (Photo ID: 74459)
    Hummingbird and "Friend" Showdown - "Look here Mr. Bee - My 'stinger' is way longer than your is, and I don't have to turn around to ... (click photo title to read more)

  28. Birds of Kentucky: Common Yellowthroat (Photo ID: 74171)
    Geothlypis trichas, a member of the wood warbler family.... (click photo title to read more)

  29. Birds of Kentucky: Sandpiper (Photo ID: 73945)
    There were several of this sort of bird working the shallower pools in the Green this evening. We're pretty sure it's a sandpiper, but would love ex... (click photo title to read more)

  30. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron in flight (Photo ID: 73944)
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  31. Birds of Kentucky: Another blue, waiting for a catch (Photo ID: 73943)
    A pair of herons spent this evening jockeying for the best spot downriver from the spillway, and noisily disagreeing anytime the other got too close.... (click photo title to read more)

  32. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron in the Green (Photo ID: 73942)
    A great blue preening while a duck swims nearby.... (click photo title to read more)

  33. Birds of Kentucky: Little brown bird staying hidden (Photo ID: 73713)
    This little brown bird was doing a pretty good job staying hidden. From a distance it looked a lot like a caterpillar, but magnifying the raw phot... (click photo title to read more)

  34. Birds of Kentucky: Beautiful Mallard Duck on Green River Lake (Photo ID: 73129)
    I captured this beautiful Mallard Duck on Green River Lake. Thank you, - MELISSA LYNN SURATT .... (click photo title to read more)

  35. Birds of Kentucky: Hummingbird vs hornet (Photo ID: 73116)
    I was taking some photos a couple of weeks ago of some hummingbirds and got more then I expected. And so did the humming bird. Just when I took th... (click photo title to read more)

  36. Birds of Kentucky: 'Creature' was turkey (not black) vulture (Photo ID: 73114)
    Updated June 10, 2017: Up close and personal, the big bird turned out to be one of the usual suspects, a black turkey vulture, entertaining... (click photo title to read more)

  37. Birds of Kentucky: Ruler of roof on Charlie Morrison Road (Photo ID: 73113)
    The huge, wild turkey size bird was compelling sight in the rain, seen from the road, even though the mission was to find a favorite structure, a ... (click photo title to read more)

  38. Birds of Kentucky: Ruby Throated Hummingbirds (Photo ID: 72901)
    Waiting For A Refill . . . - SANDY EVERT ... (click photo title to read more)

  39. Birds of Kentucky: Watch for American Goldfinches (Photo ID: 72561)
    This photo is from 2016, but its a reminder that slow drives through South Central Kentucky now includes more sightings of this delightful bird, a... (click photo title to read more)

  40. Birds of Kentucky: Black Vultures above Columbia rooftop (Photo ID: 72528)
    The brave who remained after black vultures sensed a person - a photographer - taking their picture. There's not much to love about black vultur... (click photo title to read more)

  41. Birds of Kentucky: Mourning Dove at Vester (Photo ID: 72460)
    Doves are not only one of nature's most beautiful creatures, they are confidence builders when it comes to this bird photographer. This one, enjo... (click photo title to read more)

  42. Birds of Kentucky: (Town) House Sparrow (Photo ID: 71725)
    This brightly colored House Sparrow with its distinctive black bib was enjoying a sunny third day of spring atop the "E" in Development at the G... (click photo title to read more)

  43. Birds of Kentucky: Can you find the red-tailed hawks? (Photo ID: 71592)
    "Wish I had a better camera! There is a pair of hawks sitting together in the top of a tree just a little out of range of my old Brownie! I h... (click photo title to read more)

  44. 'Birds of Kentucky' - Super Piper Cub over Schickel Park (Photo ID: 71275)
    Alan Reed helped identify this plane which made an appearance over the Joseph Schickel Park in Burkesville, KY, recently: "The airplane in questi... (click photo title to read more)

  45. Birds of KY: Great Blue Heron in Caney Fork Creek, Green County, KY (Photo ID: 71172)
    A majestic sight, this Great Blue Heron was so engrossed with the task at hand that it barely noticed it was being immortalized in Birds of Kentuc... (click photo title to read more)

  46. Birds of Kentucky: A black vulture surveils (Photo ID: 71098)
    Looking for next meal from tall oak in Old Adair County Fairgrounds, Columbia, KY.... (click photo title to read more)

  47. Birds of Kentucky: Downy Woodpecker (Photo ID: 70973)
    For more on the Downy Woodpecker, see All About Birds, Downy Woodpecker ... (click photo title to read more)

  48. Birds of Kentucky: Cardinal and dove - not quite what it looks like (Photo ID: 70903)
    At first glance, it would appear the shy dove is waiting its turn while the cocky cardinal feeds first. But the whole frame would show two doves h... (click photo title to read more)

  49. Birds of Kentucky: Wild Turkeys blockade Purdy-Sano Road (Photo ID: 70880)
    Traffic on the Sano side of the bridge was backed up awhile while this mob of bullying Wild Turkeys blockaded the road. Somebody ought to have call... (click photo title to read more)

  50. Birds of Kentucky: Doves. Symbols of peace pay visit (Photo ID: 70863)
    Fortune Street was blessed with two beautiful visitors this morning, mourning doves, welcome distractions from the chaos. See related: ... (click photo title to read more)

  51. Birds of Kentucky: Northern Cardinal, a Lady at Table (Photo ID: 70862)
    Judged against most any other bird, except her male counterpart, the female Northern Cardinal would be considered colorful. This one's fine table... (click photo title to read more)

  52. Birds of Kentucky: Bald Eagles 2 (Photo ID: 70715)
    Lawrence writes, "This is the second time I have been lucky enough to spot these Eagles on the Green River. There seems to be 3 I have seen them t... (click photo title to read more)

  53. Birds of Kentucky: Bald Eagles (Photo ID: 70714)
    Lawrence writes, "This is the second time I have been lucky enough to spot these Eagles on the Green River. There seems to be 3 I have seen them ... (click photo title to read more)

  54. Birds of Kentucky: Ring billed gulls at Kroger, Campbellsville, KY (Photo ID: 70681)
    Ring billed gulls check travelers in Campbellsville's Kroger center for possible food gifts. - Linda Waggener ... (click photo title to read more)

  55. Birds of Kentucky: Gull with fresh catch (Photo ID: 70660)
    A gull pulls a fish from the waters of the spillway below Green River Dam.... (click photo title to read more)

  56. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron on final approach (Photo ID: 69623)
    Comments welcome Jennifer Parker ... (click photo title to read more)

  57. Birds of Kentucky: Taylor Co. Crow considers fall beauty (Photo ID: 69417)
    The intelligence of crows has amazed those of the human brained type. They communicate well, they make and use tools, they solve puzzles - and fro... (click photo title to read more)

  58. Birds of Kentucky: Columbia the Bald Eagle (Photo ID: 68980)
    Columbia, the magnificent American Bald Eagle seemed to be posing for this photo Monday morning, October 10, 2016. ... (click photo title to read more)

  59. Birds of Kentucky: American Goldfinch on Birch Road (Photo ID: 68689)
    A beautiful finch posing for me in the zinnia garden. - Tommy Bailey. Photo Sun 25 Sep 2016. ... (click photo title to read more)

  60. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Geese a-plenty (Photo ID: 68302)
    Driving north on Dillon Street which magically morphs into Pelham Branch Road at the City limits, there's one of the most delightful scenes in Ke... (click photo title to read more)

  61. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Geese at Adair County High School (Photo ID: 68149)
    Canada Geese have taken a liking to the Adair County School campus. For more on the species, see ... (click photo title to read more)

  62. Birds of Kentucky: Bald Eagle (Photo ID: 68127)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  63. Birds of Kentucky: Seagull in the clouds (Photo ID: 67886)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  64. Birds of Kentucky: Great Egret with catch (Photo ID: 67869)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  65. Birds of Kentucky: Bird Band uses Killdeer Field for early morning practice (Photo ID: 67850)
    Killdeer mass in the parking lot/band practice field at Adair County High School in early morning. For some reason, more of the highly entertainin... (click photo title to read more)

  66. Birds of Kentucky: Woodcock hunting season changing (Photo ID: 67718)
    The American woodcock season in Kentucky has changed for 2016. Previously, the season opened November 1 and closed December 15. It will be a split... (click photo title to read more)

  67. Birds of Kentucky: American Robin at Arnold Farm (Photo ID: 67614)
    An American Robin with a distinctive 'do enjoyed the fine weather today from white fence post by Ben Arnold's corn field. ... (click photo title to read more)

  68. Birds of Kentucky: Juvenile Bald Eagle (Photo ID: 67601)
    Spotted from the Van Buren Boat Ramp on Taylorsville Lake. Bald eagles don't develop their namesake white head until they're about 5 years old.... (click photo title to read more)

  69. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron (Photo ID: 67591)
    A great blue on Taylorsville Lake, just below the Van Buren Boat Ramp.... (click photo title to read more)

  70. Birds of Kentucky: Goldfinch in a sea of color (Photo ID: 67559)
    For more on this delightful bird, see All About Birds: American Goldfinch. A... (click photo title to read more)

  71. Birds of Kentucky: Duck in the air (Photo ID: 67558)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  72. Birds of Kentucky: Swallow in flight (Photo ID: 66814)
    Jason Mardis captured this view of a Barn Swallow in flight, this time catching its underbelly while it was overhead. For flight, he uses a fast s... (click photo title to read more)

  73. Birds of Kentucky: Swallow in flight, nearing targeted food (Photo ID: 66813)
    Graceful, entertaining flyer, cliff swallows are great assets in reducing insect numbers. This one is in a landing pattern in a new mown field in ... (click photo title to read more)

  74. Birds of Kentucky: Blue Grosbeak (Photo ID: 66470)
    According to Wikipedia, the blue grosbeak "is found in partly open habitat with scattered tre... (click photo title to read more)

  75. Birds of Kentucky: Anybody identify this species??? (Photo ID: 66466)
    This guy has been hanging around Keltner Road the last couple of days. I suspect the recent storms have blown him off-course to his destination s... (click photo title to read more)

  76. Birds of Kentucky: 1st Hummingbird spotted 13 Apr 2016 (Photo ID: 65909)
    First Hummingbird sighted a few hours ago in the Allen Schoolhouse area!!! - Sandy Evert ... (click photo title to read more)

  77. Birds of Kentucky: Blue Heron, Swanning (Photo ID: 65374)
    The water's not very deep in this pool, and I'm still not sure if he was swimming or walking in this photo.... (click photo title to read more)

  78. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Geese at sunset (Photo ID: 65292)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  79. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron taking off (Photo ID: 65260)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  80. Birds of Kentucky: Strange Parade (Photo ID: 65249)
    There are more herons than usual in Shelbyville this time of year, probably migrating north as the weather warms up, and they're definitely a lit... (click photo title to read more)

  81. Birds of Kentucky: Great Blue Heron (Photo ID: 65245)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  82. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Goose in flight (Photo ID: 65186)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  83. Birds of Kentucky: Heron fishing in high waters, Bull Run Creek (Photo ID: 65030)
    A heron was taking advantage of the fishing opportunities along the swift waters of Bull Run Creek this morning, Wed 24 Feb 2016. - LMW... (click photo title to read more)

  84. Birds of Kentucky: Another Saturday with the Geese (Photo ID: 64871)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  85. Birds of Kentucky: Cedar tree protecting Cardinal (Photo ID: 64713)
    Cedar trees provide windbreaks and screens, making for beautiful natural landscape, and they offer wildlife cover in harsh weather. Here the Cedar... (click photo title to read more)

  86. Birds of Kentucky: Saturday with the Geese (Photo ID: 64640)
    The snow is all gone from Shelbyville, but the lake hasn't thawed yet, leaving the geese mostly landlocked.... (click photo title to read more)

  87. Birds of Kentucky: American Robin (Photo ID: 64598)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  88. Birds of KY: Woodpecker joins guests at Do Drop Inn Diner (Photo ID: 64566)
    The Do Drop Inn Diner was open for business Wednesday, January 27, 2016 and had a few guests, including this woodpecker. - Bub Polston, Proprie... (click photo title to read more)

  89. Birds of Kentucky: Bluejay dines at Do Drop Inn Diner (Photo ID: 64564)
    The Do Drop Inn Diner was open for business Wednesday, January 27, 2016 and had a few guests, including this gorgeous Blue Jay. - Bub Polston, ... (click photo title to read more)

  90. Birds of Kentucky: Cardinal found food during storm (Photo ID: 64449)
    Edmonton native Dotty Thompson Nagel shared photos of the birds who stopped by her back yard feeders.... (click photo title to read more)

  91. Birds of Kentucky: Cool Springs Killdeer (Photo ID: 64428)
    This guy showed just before the storm yesterday. He's still here today chillin' out, hardly reacting as I trudge past on the tractor with fresh... (click photo title to read more)

  92. Birds of Kentucky: Winter storm makes feeding an imperative (Photo ID: 64406)
    Feeding the birds in snowy/icy weather can be the critical factor in their Winter survival. My feeders and the ground around them are covered with... (click photo title to read more)

  93. Birds of Kentucky: Epicurean Kentucky musings at murmuration (Photo ID: 64402)
    They were reluctant to disperse, this murmuration of starlings, congregating on prayer meeting night righteously taking the road. There appears by... (click photo title to read more)

  94. Birds of Kentucky: Black Vultures on Russell Creek (Photo ID: 64379)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  95. Birds of Kentucky: American White Pelicans (Photo ID: 64344)
    American White Pelicans at Land Between The Lakes. Spotted in the Land Between The Lakes KY/TN feed ... (click photo title to read more)

  96. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Geese Landing Party (Photo ID: 64193)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  97. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Geese on Ice (Photo ID: 64181)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  98. Birds of Kentucky: Canada Goose water landing (Photo ID: 64077)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  99. Birds of Kentucky: Sandhill Cranes at Barren River State Park (Photo ID: 64057)
    Sandhill Cranes in Flight over Barren River State Park. Barren River Lake State Resort Park,1149 State Park Road, Lucas, KY 42156, is offer... (click photo title to read more)

  100. Birds of Kentucky: Belted Kingfisher in flight (Photo ID: 63939)
    Belted Kingfishers are small, shy, and very fast. They can be found year round all along shorelines in Kentucky, and they're fairly easy to recognize... (click photo title to read more)

 Most recent STORIES matching your search for 'Birds of Kentucky'...
  1. Letter: Reader suspects bias at Cornell Lab (Story ID: 96330)
    Billy Joe Fudge writes: I don't think the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, who provided the information to Wikipedia, likes Kentuck... (click title to read more)

  2. Birds of Kentucky: Kentucky Warbler (Story ID: 96327)
    ... (click title to read more)

  3. Wayne Baxter- Homestead/Hungry Heron/Daffodil Watch album (Story ID: 96317)
    Photographer Wayne Baxter recently posted a series of three remarkable photos along with interesting comments which are put in this album for conven... (click title to read more)

  4. Robins kicked back in their tree recliners (Story ID: 95108)
    By Billy Joe Fudge There are only three things I see Robins doing. 1. Eating worms in warm weather, 2. Trying to ... (click title to read more)

  5. And my wife said....Comment on George Rice's Turkey Picture (Story ID: 95055)
    By the Wayfaring Stranger Earlier this brisk January morning as I slowly scrolled through the latest reports and photos on CM, my ch... (click title to read more)

  6. James Bost: Little brown birds almost always wrens (Story ID: 91607)
    James Bost writes: Little brown birds are almost always, but not quite always, wrens. --James Bost ... (click title to read more)

  7. Letters: Landing style for Great Blue (Story ID: 86999)
    Jon Halsey writes: Great Pic. Looks like he got his flight training from ... (click title to read more)

  8. Kudos for Birds of Kentucky - Blue Heron final approach (Story ID: 86997)
    Jennifer Parker writes: Absolutely beautiful photo! - Jennifer Parker ... (click title to read more)

  9. COF: Knifley would trade black vultures for Canada Geese (Story ID: 85147)
    COF writes: And alls this time we'usn been a thinkin' they'd be a comin' on tourister busses. COF at Dun Roman... (click title to read more)

  10. Letter: Missed Opportunity (Story ID: 84346)
    Celia Downey writes: Love the photo....However, alternate title could be "Air Duck" or "Air Duct".--Celia ... (click title to read more)

  11. Letter: Where is goldfinch? (Story ID: 84335)
    Celia Downey writes: This is a stunning photograph. I would love to see the flowers and the bird in a watercolor. Where was the... (click title to read more)

  12. KU Round Table scholars Identify Fred Rowe's Rare Bird (Story ID: 83114)
    COF writes: Miz Emily and the KU Round Table both agree. It's definately a Extremam ad sinistrum cornu avis Loony C... (click title to read more)

  13. Mom1937@me.com sends ID for Fred Rowe rare bird discovery (Story ID: 83113)
    Billy Joe Fudge writes: I believe the Latin term for this particular species is Biggius Birdius. -Mom1937@me.com-... (click title to read more)

  14. Tony Rutherford: Dotty Thompson Nagel Cardinal a great photo (Story ID: 80779)
    Tony Rutherford writes: Great photo!!! Red birds are really pretty. Thanks for sharing. - Tony Rutherford ... (click title to read more)

  15. Wayne Armitage sends good guess on Bird ID . . . (Story ID: 78359)
    . . . good but not the right one ... (click title to read more)

  16. Sharon Whitehurst:The Gradyville Odd Bird look like Australian Diamond Dove (Story ID: 75099)
    Comments re photo 60081 Birds of Kentucky Odd Bird Aussies taking over Gr... (click title to read more)

  17. Duane Anderson: Odd Gradyville Bird variation of Rock Pigeon (Story ID: 75096)
    Duane Anderson writes: From our National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America, the bird appears to be a variati... (click title to read more)

  18. Woodpecker picture ID: It's Red-bellied Woodpecker (Story ID: 73734)
    Comments re photo 59157 Birds of Kentucky Backyard Bird Count... (click title to read more)

  19. The Eagle by Suzanne Wright: The MOST great picture! (Story ID: 73465)
    Celia Downey writes: Susan, that is the MOST great picture! I would be so excited to see that Eagle in the tree and then to cap... (click title to read more)

  20. George Rice: Loves picture of eagle by Suzanne Wright (Story ID: 73463)
    George Rice writes: Love that picture. I long for an opportunity to get a good picture of an eagle. I frequently see eagles from ... (click title to read more)

  21. Ed Pipalski: Eagle true national treasure in our own back yard (Story ID: 73458)
    Ed Pipalski writes: Awesome! Shhh....let them nest. A true national treasure right in our back yard. - Ed Pipalski ... (click title to read more)

  22. Many Cardinals picture may be a once in a lifetime one (Story ID: 73364)
    George Rice writes: Loved the picture of the many cardinals by Janella Sullivan. An awesome picture that will probably be a onc... (click title to read more)

  23. Celia Downey: Kind words for bird picture (Story ID: 73318)
    Comments re photo 58980 Birds of Kentucky Inverse frosted Cardinal Art... (click title to read more)

  24. Celia Downey: Kayla captured robins, perfectly (Story ID: 73248)
    Celia Downey writes: Kayla, your Robins look just like the Robins that the cat scared away today. You captured the Flock perfec... (click title to read more)

  25. Canada geese in flight a reminder of Christmas dinners, her dad (Story ID: 72711)
    Carol Salato Myers writes: What a wonderful picture, Pen! When I first saw it, I thought it was a print by a famous wildlife ar... (click title to read more)

  26. Celia Downey: Heavenly ducks, little floating angels (Story ID: 72555)
    Celia Downey writes: Those are the most heavenly ducks, little floating angels. Another great shot, enjoy your work. cd --ce... (click title to read more)

  27. A Birds of Kentucky photo essay from ACSD campus (Story ID: 69225)
    Click on headline for introduction and photos By Shamarie Claiborne Media Publicity Director, Adair County School Dis... (click title to read more)

  28. Letter: 16 Goslings is Possible (Story ID: 67436)
    Tine Reynolds writes: The way to know that for sure is to have seen the nest where the eggs were laid and then hatched. In our ... (click title to read more)

  29. Jon Halsey: The mystery bird is a cowbird (Story ID: 66807)
    Comments re photo 54443 Birds of Kentucky Female Cowbird Young Catbird... (click title to read more)

  30. Birds of KY: Cowbird or Catbird? Vote is now Cowbird 4, Catbird 1 (Story ID: 66788)
    Comments re photo 54443 Birds of Kentucky: Identify this bird... (click title to read more)

  31. World's worst poet submits inspired Owed (Story ID: 66255)
    Worlds worst poet writes: Owed to a Typo By world's worst poet The grackle is common, B... (click title to read more)

  32. Charles Marshburn: Grackles & Gackles (Story ID: 66248)
    Charles Marshburn writes: A grackle by any other name . . . - CHARLES MARSHBURN Comment re: ... (click title to read more)

  33. Likes up close and personal cardinal photo (Story ID: 65724)
    Barbara writes: Linda, you never lose your touch for capturing that breathtaking photo. - Barbara ... (click title to read more)

  34. Reader presents with Surrey with Fringe auto replay syndrome (Story ID: 64277)
    Caption induced condition may go away in time Ann writes: I got it, too. And burst out laughing when I read i... (click title to read more)

  35. Literary allusion recognized by Gadberrian (Story ID: 64251)
    Comments re photo 52956 Birds of Kentucky Geese Better Scurry ... (click title to read more)

  36. Photography: High praise for Kelli Claypool Hawk (Story ID: 63858)
    Frances Salyers writes: Beautiful pictures. Perfect shots. --Frances Salyers ... (click title to read more)

  37. Birds of Kentucky: Sandhill Crane fly over Fairplay, KY (Story ID: 63633)
    Charles Marshburn writes: Large number of sandhill cranes has just flown over the farm! They are very noisy. I suppose they are headed to Fl... (click title to read more)

  38. Adena Ridge: A fact of nature. Rabbits first link in food chain (Story ID: 61472)
    Adena Ridge, a brother to the hawk writes: George, speaking as a brother to the hawk, your rabbits are the first link in the fo... (click title to read more)

  39. Birds of KY: Owls - Screech and Barn are different owls (Story ID: 58604)
    Wendy Butler Burt writes: No, Screech Owls and Barn Owls are two very distinct species. The Barn Owl, whose population is in st... (click title to read more)

  40. Birds of Kentucky: Wants to know about owls (Story ID: 58585)
    Ellen B Goff writes: Is a Screech Owl and Barn Owl the same?? --Ellen B Goff ... (click title to read more)

  41. Researchers seek locations of Barn Owl nesting sites (Story ID: 58531)
    BIRDS of KENTUCKY: State has documented only 25 nesting locations statewide for Barn Owl From Kentucky Fish & Wildlife... (click title to read more)

  42. Birds of Kentucky: Tufted Titmouse cousin of Carolina Chickadee (Story ID: 58165)
    And Blue Jays? - they are more kin to crows Wendy Butler Burt writes: Although it has a prominent crest, the ... (click title to read more)

  43. Birds of KY: Question on bird kinship (Story ID: 58144)
    Comments re photo 48706 Birds of Kentucky Breakfast with Titmouse and Car... (click title to read more)

  44. Wonders how Brandon Hitch got so close to hawk (Story ID: 57715)
    Bill Lewis writes: I believe this is a young hawk and is a great picture. I thought mabe he was injured for them to get that ... (click title to read more)

  45. Great Backyard Bird Count starts today! Feb. 15-18, 2013 (Story ID: 57647)
    It's an enjoyable past-time, whether you're an ornithologist or just know a few birds. In the past, Columbia/Adair County (Zip Code 42728) has be... (click title to read more)

  46. Applause for Brandon Hitch's Hawk shot (Story ID: 57633)
    Maury Lewis writes: This is one of the best pictures I have seen of a bird. How close was he when he took it with his phone cam... (click title to read more)

  47. Another caption for Alex Morgan's snowball blue birds (Story ID: 57409)
    Kathryn Krug writes: Them birds are saying, Dang! Knew we shoulda stayed in Florida just a little longer! --Kathryn Krug... (click title to read more)

  48. Peg Schaeffer loves surreal quality of Kelli Claypool photo (Story ID: 56908)
    Peg Schaeffer writes: I love that picture. It looks surreal. Learned something new about buzzards too. We have a dead tree by o... (click title to read more)

  49. Loved Marrowbone, KY eagle photo by Kelli Claypool (Story ID: 56706)
    George Rice writes: I loved the eagle picture by Kelli Claypool. We have eagles here on Green River lake but I've never been ... (click title to read more)

  50. Birds of Kentucky: Relative rarity of hawks make them special (Story ID: 56390)
    Comments re photo 47872 Birds of Kentucky Red Shouldered Hawk by Kay Haupt... (click title to read more)

  51. Birds of Kentucky: Chicken, guinea hunting eagle at Gadberry (Story ID: 56387)
    Click on headline for item with photo(s)Comments re photo 47872 Birds of... (click title to read more)

  52. Lynda McKinney's owl family gets tentative, concurring ID (Story ID: 52704)
    Billy Joe Fudge writes: I believe them to be Screech Owls. However since they don't have leaves, needles, or bark. I could be mista... (click title to read more)

  53. From Gradyville, KY, where the kingbirds thrive (Story ID: 52476)
    Mary Keltner writes:Looks like the pair of birds that just finished building a nest on top of one my porch pillars. Mama bird is no... (click title to read more)

  54. Lori Bragg ID's airport bird as Eastern Kingbird, a flycatcher (Story ID: 52471)
    Comments re photo 45542 Birds of Kentucky ID of Airport BirdLori... (click title to read more)

  55. Birds of Kentucky: Hummers are back on Pigtail Ridge (Story ID: 52225)
    Pattie McClister writes: The hummers are back on Pig Tail Ridge (Pelham Branch). When my grands come Ill have them help me send pic... (click title to read more)

  56. Dr. Robert Doty bird photographs will be on display at CU (Story ID: 50629)
    BIRDS of KENTUCKY/PHOTOGRAPHY:'Photographing birds presents distinctive challenges because sometimes they won't stay still or tolerate h... (click title to read more)

  57. Great Backyard Bird Count starts tomorrow! (Feb. 17-20, 2012) (Story ID: 50045)
    It's an enjoyable past-time, whether you're an ornithologist or just know a few birds. In the past, Columbia/Adair County (Zip Code 42728) has be... (click title to read more)

  58. Birds of Kentucky: Was it a woodhen which made chips fly? (Story ID: 49319)
    Three types of woodpeckers in one sighting reminded watcher of the big bird which could spray chips in all directions, a bird remembers being calle... (click title to read more)

  59. Birds of Kentucky: Eagle Watch Weekends scheduled in KY Parks (Story ID: 48766)
    All the Eagle Watch Weekends are before next Great Backyard Bird Count, February 17-20, 2012By Gil LawsonNews from Kentuc... (click title to read more)

  60. Birds of Kentucky: Sandhill Cranes flying over (Story ID: 48331)
    Columbia Barbecue King Joe L. Barbee reports that Sandhill Cranes are flying over his place barbecue restaurant on Campbellsville Road this morning, F... (click title to read more)

  61. Amazing photo! writer says of pictures Maury E. Lewis sent (Story ID: 47987)
    Comments re photo 42523 Birds of Kentucky MauryBird needs ID ANS American B... (click title to read more)

  62. Ralph Jackson thinks Maury's bird is American Bittern (Story ID: 47981)
    About: Birds of Kentucky: MauryBird needs identification... (click title to read more)

  63. Birds of KY: 2 proper names suggested for Maurybird (Story ID: 47980)
    Maury Lewis writes: One person I sent the picture to said it was a Cellphonis Toweris. that sounds like a good name to me. A... (click title to read more)

  64. More on the feeding hummingbirds: Natural instincts prevail (Story ID: 46780)
    Stephanie Noel writes: I have always been told it best to leave the feeders up. Natural instinct will overrule any ideas the birds ... (click title to read more)

  65. Blackie and Nina Nixon ask that hummingbird feeders be left up (Story ID: 46718)
    Their birds will be departing Western Indiana soon, from Hillsboro International Hummingport, and may want lunch in Columbia, KY on a refueling sto... (click title to read more)

  66. Birds of Kentucky: Doesn't worry about hummers until October (Story ID: 46702)
    Comment re: Breaking hummingbird's dinner plate when they're overstaying hereJon Halsey writes: Don't know if it's p... (click title to read more)

  67. Birds of Kentucky: Hints get hummers to move out? (Story ID: 46695)
    Cheryl Strodtman writes: One lone Ruby Throat Hummingbird remains at the feeder after its large family took off a few days ago for ... (click title to read more)

  68. Fan mail for Kay Haupt, hummingbird photographer (Story ID: 44842)
    And writer has noticed combativeness of the tiny birds this yearSharon Whitehurst writes: These are wonderfully clea... (click title to read more)

  69. Writer sees rare yellow cardinal in Louisville/Okolona, KY area (Story ID: 44072)
    Birds of Kentucky: Comments re article 42402. Birds of Kentucky Rare yellow cardinal a... (click title to read more)

  70. Birds of Kentucky: It is a hummingbird nest (Story ID: 43767)
    Lori Bragg writes:Hi. It is a hummingbird nest. Lori Bragg... (click title to read more)

  71. Lichens used as Camouflage (Story ID: 43761)
    Comments re photo 34791 Birds of Kentucky Mother nature going stealth... (click title to read more)

  72. Great photo of Pileated Woodpecker (Story ID: 43666)
    Billy Joe Fudge writes:Great photo of a very special bird. -Billy Joe Fudge ... (click title to read more)

  73. Raptor enjoying meal identified as Northern Harrier (Story ID: 42829)
    Comments re photo 39384 Birds of Kentucky Raptor enjoyed freshly caught mea... (click title to read more)

  74. Two identify owlet found by Brandon Hitch (Story ID: 42772)
    Two people have identified the owl photographed by Brandon Hitch.Eric Hare wrote that he's no ornithologist, but said the bird is a young Great Horned... (click title to read more)

  75. Says hunting season for cranes will give Kentucky blackeye (Story ID: 42689)
    Ben Yandell writes:You can Google Kentucky Coalition for Sandhill Cranes to find an organization trying to prevent this sill... (click title to read more)

  76. Bird lover Eddie McQuaide say cranes devastating amphibians (Story ID: 42688)
    Ed McQuaide writes:Best wishes to all the lovers of the feathered friends.Let's don't be bird- brained about this issue of the ... (click title to read more)

  77. Tommy Bailey Robin so pretty, like an American flag (Story ID: 42585)
    Rhonda Reliford writes:I think the bird looks like the American flag. So pretty. -Robin Reliford ... (click title to read more)

  78. Birds of Kentucky: Turkey Vultures have been here all year (Story ID: 42575)
    Pam Dailey-McNeiley writes:I know that the book has turkey vultures migrating, but we have some that are here all winter. We have s... (click title to read more)

  79. Birds of Kentucky: Turkey vultures are summer visitors (Story ID: 42562)
    Maury Lewis writes:According to the "Birds of Kentucky" field guide the Turkey Vulture is a Summer resident in the state of Kentuck... (click title to read more)

  80. Maury Lewis on love life of birds (Story ID: 42415)
    Northern Cardinals exhibit similar lovebird behavior to that of American Goldfinches... (click title to read more)

  81. Birds of Kentucky: Fat bird is fluffed up to keep warm (Story ID: 42406)
    Maury Lewis writes:This female Cardinal is fluffed out to keep warm and we learned in Birding 101 classes that the birds actually s... (click title to read more)

  82. Birds of Kentucky: Rare yellow cardinal at Gravel Switch, KY (Story ID: 42402)
    Has anyone photographed one in Adair or surrounding counties?An extremely rare Yellow Cardinal was photographed in the Boyle Co. area n... (click title to read more)

  83. Kathryn Krug thinks Hunter's bird more svelte (Story ID: 42398)
    Kathryn Krug writes: That's a great photo. I think the bird is not fat, but is fluffing out his or her feathers, a built-in down co... (click title to read more)

  84. Likes Birds of Kentucky photo by Hunter Crowe (Story ID: 42394)
    Danny Goodin writes:Great picture, Hunter Gabe! -Danny Goodin... (click title to read more)

  85. Hawk swoops in, takes out Starling (Story ID: 42371)
    Maury Lewis counts 17 cardinals at the feeders in her yardM.E. Lewis writes:There is one less Starling at my feeders... (click title to read more)

  86. Pam Dailey IDs Top Bird as Cardinal (Story ID: 42349)
    Pam Dailey writes:Top bird looks like a female cardinal. If you blow it up by hitting ctrl and the plus sign, the head is turned to the ... (click title to read more)

  87. Market demand for Spoon-built bird feeder grows (Story ID: 42336)
    Cory@scrtc.com writes:I would like to buy one of those bird feeders. Cory SRTCComments re: ... (click title to read more)

  88. Birds re-identified as female House Finches (Story ID: 42314)
    Comments re photo 39115 Birds of Kentucky: Female House Finches + Am... (click title to read more)

  89. Learning more about Little Brown Birds/Sparrows (Story ID: 42310)
    Getting Ready for the Great Backyard Bird Count, and last presently scheduled pre-GBBC February 18, 19, 20, 21, 2011.Click on headline for story... (click title to read more)

  90. Comment on Robin's photo, Robin backside (Story ID: 42298)
    Trilby writes:Girl friend!!!! With all those great feeders everywhere...and those wonderful, irresistible suet balls hanging from e... (click title to read more)

  91. Birds of Kentucky: The American Robin is her favorite (Story ID: 42297)
    Judy Morrison writes:Just want to thank you for the photo. My favorite bird, this is a fantastic photo. Shows the personality of th... (click title to read more)

  92. More fan mail for Fred Spoon bird feeder (Story ID: 42294)
    Monica Thomas writes: This is a very cute feeder - It appears of be made from some sort of old tire - maybe? What a great way to r... (click title to read more)

  93. Birds of Kentucky: Thinks Fred Spoon has designed cool feeder (Story ID: 42276)
    M.E. Lewis writes:That is a cool feeder. Is there a pattern for it? What is it constructed from?Will he share the information with ... (click title to read more)

  94. Downy Woodpecker by Peggy Spoon favorite, yet (Story ID: 42257)
    Judy Morrison writes:Thank you for all the gorgeous bird photos. This one is my favorite so far! Really enjoying them. Judy Morr... (click title to read more)

  95. Small bird likely Northern Mockingbird if not Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher (Story ID: 42237)
    Comments re photo 39088 Birds of Kentucky Help on ID of small bird... (click title to read more)

  96. Birds of Kentucky: Top 10 birds counted Adair Co. GBBC, 2010 (Story ID: 42202)
    Comments re article 42185 Birds of Kentucky What is most common bird in Adair Co KY... (click title to read more)

  97. Birds of Kentucky: What is most common bird in Adair Co., KY (Story ID: 42185)
    Charon Gray writes:What is the most common wild bird in Adair County? I have a lot of house sparrows in my backyard. Charon Gray... (click title to read more)

  98. Birds of Kentucky: Little Brown Birds - Song Sparrow (Story ID: 42179)
    Learning to distinguish the 'Little Brown Birds,' Barbara Armitage discovers extraordinary traits of one of them, the Song Sparrow. It's all part o... (click title to read more)

  99. Birds of Kentucky: Don't have to feed birds to count them (Story ID: 42112)
    M.E. Lewis writes:I want to let people know they don't have to feed birds to be a bird watcher. You don't have to have feeders out ... (click title to read more)

  100. Identifies Bird on Wire in Russell Co., KY as Chickenhawk (Story ID: 42096)
    Comments re photo 38932 Birds of Kentucky ID on bird.Ang... (click title to read more)




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