A New York taxi drives east on 50th Street past Radio City Music Hall, New York City.

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Photo of the week: 09.25.22 — Female cardinal

Male Northern Cardinals are attention-getting birds, with their brilliant red feathers, red-orange beak, black face and sharp crest. You can spot the red in green trees and bushes during the summer or against snowy backgrounds during the winter since cardinals don’t migrate. That’s not the case for the female Northern Cardinal. They are primarily a yellowish-brown with warm  …  Continue reading

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Featured gallery: September — Blackbirds

A sure sign of spring in Central Ohio is the return of the Red-winged Blackbird. And it's a very noisy return, with the male blackbirds perched atop plants or trees attempting to attract females by flashing their red-and-yellow shoulder patches while belting out a call described by bird web sites as a loud, scratchy conk-a-reeeee or o-ka-leeeee. I have a number of photos of  …  Continue reading

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The sun rises behind Newport Fishing Pier in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla.

A New York taxi drives east on 50th Street past Radio City Music Hall, New York City.

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