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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.

Monument Valley, Arizona

Monument Valley

Arizona

This Unique sandstone formations located in the Navajo Indian Nation and the Four Corners area of the Southwestern United States of America.

Mule Deer, New Mexico

Mule Deer

New Mexico

Dark gray-brown deer seen throughout Mojave, Great Basin, Sonoran, Chihuahuan deserts of the western United States.

Sandhill Crane, New Mexico

Sandhill Crane

New Mexico

Every winter sandhill cranes undertake long southern journeys to wintering grounds in Florida, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Nebraska, and California.

Snow Geese, New Mexico

Snow Geese

New Mexico

Snow Geese breeds near ponds and streams on arctic tundra. Winters on marshes and bays in coastal areas, grasslands and cultivated fields.

Snow Goose, New Mexico

Snow Goose

New Mexico

Snow Geese breeds near ponds and streams on arctic tundra. Winters on marshes and bays in coastal areas, grasslands and cultivated fields.

Snow Goose, New Mexico

Snow Goose

New Mexico

Snow Geese breeds near ponds and streams on arctic tundra. Winters on marshes and bays in coastal areas, grasslands and cultivated fields.

Snow Geese, New Mexico

Snow Geese

New Mexico

Snow Geese breeds near ponds and streams on arctic tundra. Winters on marshes and bays in coastal areas, grasslands and cultivated fields.

American White Pelican, Southern California

American White Pelican

Southern California

American white pelican both migratory and resident at the Salton Sea, located in southern california along their Pacific Flyway Journey.

Red-winged Blackbird, Southern California

Red-winged Blackbird

Southern California

Red-winged Blackbird is one of the most abundant birds across North America. Some males may have up to 15 female mates.



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