Northern Mockingbird by Kimberly Chadwick

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Taken in Marana, Az in my backyard.

Northern mockingbirds is know for it’s nocturnal serenades as well as its habit of attacking people and pets in its territory. They inhabit open lowland area from deserts to rangeland and can also be common in cities. Foraging birds flash white primary bases to startle insect prey.

A widespread mimic, the northern Mockingbird learns as many as 200 songs and calls of other species.

VOICE Song a series of repeated musical phrases separated by pauses, mostly imitations of birds and human sounds. Call a sharp tchek

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Comments

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppabout 5 years ago

    Nice detailed capture Kimberly, and well documented

  • I have been trying to document about everything I post since our first discussion. I find it easier to teach and helpful to myself as well to learn as much as I can about my subjects. So I thank you in directing me down that path Larry ☺ I am pleased that you like it, it means a lot!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • Krys Bailey
    Krys Baileyabout 5 years ago

    What a jaunty little character! Nice timing and details, Kimberly! My… your bird collection is growing in leaps and bounds! Good for you! ;o)

  • Thank you Krys. I will try to capture whatever will get in front of my lens…lol. I so very appreciate the time you take to look and comment at my pictures!☺

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47about 5 years ago

    They are such beauties! And such vocalists. The range of these birds has moved north over the past three decades or so – never had them when I was growing up, but now they’re relatively common. This is a fine catch of this handsome bird.

  • He was quite content to let me snap shots of him. They are shall I say a “ballsy” bird. Growing up in Texas we had several of them. In fact they are what started my sisters fear of birds in general when one attacked her in our front yard….lol☺ Thank you ma’am!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

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