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Photos of the day: First half of November 2020

Every day on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter, we share a photo of the day — a superb image from more than 20,000 pictures in our Reader Galleries. The shots we selected in the first half of November 2020 included an American Golden-Plover eating a worm, a great image of a Purple Gallinule, Common Redpolls feeding from a photographer’s hand, and more! 

Visit our galleries to submit your photos and gain inspiration from the BirdWatching community.

Tundra Swan by Marian Mcsherry

Tundra Swan by Marian Mcsherry
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The first written description of Tundra Swans came from Lewis and Clark during their expedition across the western part of the United States, according to AllAboutBirds.org. Marian McSherry spotted this one in Cape May, New Jersey.

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