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Clark's Nutcracker

By StuartDavie
One of the very few creatures named after one of the co-leaders of The Corps of Discovery - William Clark

Tags: Wildlife and nature Colorado Birds

Voters: Pricegrah, bagman, EASTFIELD and 11 more


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13 Oct 2011 6:51PM
cracking little chap

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BrianSS 10 384 38 England
13 Oct 2011 6:54PM
Yes a nice shot, look like a young one.

Took one myself earlier this year. https://www.ephotozine.com/user/brianss-51718/gallery/photo/clark-s-nutcracker-20177168
nice capture..

dlp
13 Oct 2011 7:10PM
BrianSS - I took a look at your - very sharp and an adult unlike mine.
dven Plus
11 25 United Kingdom
25 Dec 2011 7:15AM
Nice shot, but i think you will find that this is a gray jay, a clarks has a sharper more pointed beak Merry Christmas

dven

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