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Timothy Jennings

Male. Lives in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. 24 years old.
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I'm not completely sure but I'm concerned this mockingbird is accidentally chewing on some discarded chicken from an apartment building nearby...
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Nice little Canada gosling crossing a path this spring. Always love when they look right at the lens.
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Dom Barker
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Just a scruffy little house sparrow. I see these all the time of course, but this buddy was fun to hangout with for a bit.
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Why wait around in an airport when you can watch an egret down the street?
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My artsiest shot of a white-winged scoter taking off. Another very fun bird to watch on Boston Harbor
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My aunt told me it was a finch irruption year minutes before we came across some red crossbills!! So cool!!
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Andrew Goodall
Good spot #Timothy
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thank you!!
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Caught two buffleheads diving!!
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Dom Barker
splish splash
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Yesss splishing and splashing every couple seconds!
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First raptor post on Chirp is the classic red-tailed hawk! It swooped down to a tree right in front of me accompanied by a couple crows and I was able to climb a hill to get a better angle.
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https://twitter.com/timmyj213/status/13408378253 86848257?s=19 video of the hawk being annoyed by the crows
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Lots of fun watching this cormorant in Boston Harbor. I just wish it was a little brighter out...
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I see robins all the time of course, once about every five seconds on this walk alone, but it was cool to watch this one chirping for a little bit!
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