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Female Black Rosy-Finch on the first nest found by Maureen Ryan in Uinta Mountains, Utah.

Female Black Rosy-Finch and nest


Female Black Rosy-Finch on the first nest found by Maureen Ryan in Uinta Mountains, Utah. "She didn't budge despite the fact that I kept blinding her with the flash as I tried to get a decent photo from ten inches outside the crack where the nest was hidden," recalled Ryan.

Credit: Maureen Ryan, June 30, 2002.

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