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Avocet Photograph - American Avocet In Non-breeding Plumage      Recurvirostra Americana  by Mother Nature

American Avocet In Non-breeding Plumage Recurvirostra Americana is a photograph by Mother Nature which was uploaded on August 7th, 2012.

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Oh my - what a perfect perfect scene...and and extraordinary capture. The avocet is so rare - I have one image and am so grateful for it!! This is just fabulous Carol - love, love, love it!! F/V

Mother Nature replied:

They really are special to see, aren't they! Thank you for the super nice compliment, Lianne, and the V/F too!

Carol I do believe you are being mooned :)) Dare I say 4am is my favorite tie of the day .. Excellent capture! V/F

Mother Nature replied:

The bird is surely mooning me - or giving me the bird! You may dare say 4 AM is your favorite time of day; I dare say I won't be meeting you in a dark alley any time soon, but I'll certainly enjoy the fruits of your 4 AM labors:>). Even if 4 AM was unknown to me, I did know about "25 or 6 to 4". Thanks for the laugh, the vote, and the fave!

What an amazing story, you've probably never seen one before because you didn't know 4 am existed. the early bird gets the........crab? v/f

Mother Nature replied:

You have just made an excellent point! Birds aren't called "birdbrains" for nothing:>) They get up early and probably are familiar with 4 AM. Silly birds! I can't wait to sleep through 4 AM tomorrow. PS: Your V/F is sooo relaxing - yawn . . .

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American Avocet In Non-breeding Plumage      Recurvirostra Americana  by Mother Nature