Introducing the Hoopo

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Fl. U.S.A.)



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The Hoopo is one of our favorite small birds and this one put on a show for us. We believe it was feeding young in the tree (it brought insects stuck its beak in and no more insects) but maybe it was fertilizing the tree? Once again Sherry made the sighting. Hope you enjoy

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Apr 23, 2016
nice shots
by: Al

We usually see them only on the ground

Apr 22, 2016
Wow not easy
by: Jenny

Wow this is not an easy bird to photograph...I have tried several the one where it is hanging onto the tree and ready for take off.

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