From my archives: Birds in Montserrat

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American Kestrel (falco sparverius)

I’m starting to go through my archives looking for bird photographs that I took casually before I became a more enthusiastic bird photographer. These are from my visit to the Caribbean island of Montserrat where I went in March 2007 to shoot the volcano.

American Kestrel (falco sparverius)
Gray kingbird (tyrannus dominicenis)
Gray kingbird (tyrannus dominicenis)
Juvenile cattle egret (bubulcus ibis)
Zenaida Dove (zenaida aurita)
A chicken.
A couple of roosters.

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