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American Woodcock, the 1st sign of Spring.
Peeent! Timberdoodle, Mudsnipe, Labrador Twister, Bogsucker or American Woodcock? The choice is yours to make. Either one you choose will sure raise interest in conversation! Howard County, Maryland 2/17/2017…
This Woodcock showed up in my backyard, and this is a first for me personally. The photo has been cropped due to lens fogging up, due to high humidity. I…
Photo taken In: Iron, MN
This Woodcock was seen in Fort Collins, Colorado in January 2016. Photo taken with Canon sx700
This American Woodcock is one of the most unusual looking shorebirds I’ve seen. And, although it is technically a shorebird, the Woodcock sticks closer to younger forests where it, obviously,…
This woodcock had a nest on the ground about 50 feet from my front door. It would sit there and let me get very close to take pictures.
Woodcock is nesting about 20 feet off the deck in our native prairie backyard.
Really amazing camouflage the American Woodcock have. Their supreme camouflage makes them a real challenge to locate, for good reason though. This particular one was photographed at a cemetery in…
Taken 6/1/13 in my mom’s backyard with my Nikon d3200 and 55-300mm zoom lens….
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