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Old Apr 29, 2007, 10:55 PM   #1
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Old Apr 30, 2007, 12:53 PM   #2
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Very good. Nicely detailed for a black colored bird.
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Thank for the comments Jotajota and Bob - How about this balancing act in the wind?



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Goofy looking bugger... Love the balancing act!
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Great shots NHL! I've never seen one of these before....cheers...Don
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Old May 3, 2007, 11:20 AM   #7
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Nicely isolated from the background - very effective.

I haven't seen a Smooth-billed Ani since I left Florida. They once were isolated in one small colony on the south rim of Lake Okeechobee, high up in Royal Palms,after arriving from the West Indies. They have since spread from that place. Just where did you take these?
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I haven't seen a Smooth-billed Ani since I left Florida. They once were isolated in one small colony on the south rim of Lake Okeechobee, high up in Royal Palms,after arriving from the West Indies. They have since spread from that place. Just where did you take these?
Trinidad/Tobago - My favorite vacation place for both beaches and rainforests...
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First time for me as far as this strange looking bird. What a beak!!!!

TOTALLY WACKY roger

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