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Interesting - I wonder how he knows which is male and which is female.
Not sure, but this guy is a bird/nature photographer, so presumably he has some way of telling. His politics are deplorable, but I follow him on Twitter anyway, because of his wildlife photos. :)
If they are a long observed pair you can kinda tell - females are usually larger than the males but it's not that big of a difference. So you can stop looking under their plumage lol lol lol
Thanks for the tip I'll follow him as well.
Very awesome. I meowed rather loudly to get mine to look me in the lens...
that explains the befuddled look on the bird's face! You can easily imagine it thinking "what the heck are you doing??"