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Web Of Nature
2012

     Leucistic Dark-eyed Junco

     Hancock, Maine
In the wild, it can take thousands, if not millions, of years for color mutations to happen in birds, because it requires the  pairing of birds with appropriate genetics to pair up. In captivity breeders often create a wide range of color mutations in birds like budgies and lovebirds.

Normal Dark-eyed Junco
 
Hancock, Maine

Snow Bunting

Tidal Falls
Hancock, Maine
Red-breasted Nuthatch

Hancock, Maine
White-breasted Nuthatch

 Hancock, Maine
Indigo Bunting
 Hancock, Maine
Evening Grosbeaks

Say What?
Hancock, Maine
 Blue Grosbeak Female

Acadia National Park
Schoodic Loop
10/26/12
Evening Grosbeak

Hancock, Maine
Brown Creeper


Hancock, Maine
Male Cardinal 

   Hancock, Maine
Female Cardinal

During 1st snowstorm of the season.
Hancock, Maine
Common Grackle

Hancock, Maine
Pine Siskin
Hancock, Maine
Black-capped Chickadee

 Hancock, Maine
Sophie

Newfoundland Service Dog
Otter

Tidal Falls Hancock, Maine
Common Loon

Eating Eel
Tidal Falls Hancock, Maine
 Osprey Carrying Fish Osprey Making A Catch
Sharp-shinned Hawk

 Hancock, Maine
Did you know that 52% of our animals have disappeared since 1970 according to a report put out by the World Wildlife Fund. 
Find out more at
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Think about what this means for human life on Earth... How long do we really have and what is that time going to be like...

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