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Wild Birds found in North American continent, not particularily organized into groups or types. Added as they were photographed. Photographer, Seetharam Maddali travelled thru United States mainland, Mexico and Canada, the area covered by the American Birding Association to capture the artistic life of them.

White-headed Woodpecker (Male), South Central Oregon

White-headed Woodpecker (Male)

South Central Oregon

The White-headed Woodpecker male has a narrow red patch is visible on the nape and the neck is black.

White-headed Woodpecker (Female), South Central Oregon

White-headed Woodpecker (Female)

South Central Oregon

The White-headed Woodpecker is seen in mountain regions of pine forests in the western North America.

White-breasted Nuthatch, South Central Oregon

White-breasted Nuthatch

South Central Oregon

The White-breasted Nuthatch is a songbird often seen in woodland areas across temperate North America.

Surf Scoter, Southern California

Surf Scoter

Southern California

Large sea duck, which breeds in Canada and Alaska. Winters south on the coasts of the North America. This duck has a nick name of 'skunk-headed coot'.

Brant, Southern California

Brant

Southern California

Brant is a goose of the sea shores feeds on eel-grass, seaweed and sea lettuce. Brant breeds in the arctic tundra and winters along coasts of North America.

Surf Scoter Pair, Southern California

Surf Scoter Pair

Southern California

Male Surf Scoter makes low whistles and grunts during courtship. They eat insects on breeding grounds, Males mate with the same partner for years.

Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

Horseshoe Bend

Arizona

Thousand foot drop breathtaking horseshoe-shaped meander located on the colorado river before rushing towards the Grand Canyon.

San Juan River, Utah

San Juan River

Utah

This stunning thousand foot drop view is a rare geologic formation known as an entrenched meander located on the San Juan river in SE Utah.

Hunt's Mesa, Navajo, Apache Country

Hunt's Mesa

Navajo, Apache Country

Hunts Mesa located west of the border between Navajo County and Apache County in Arizona. A Navajo guide is required to hike this place.



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