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All about birds of all flights, hops, swims & walks of life, & our love, respectful admiration for & knowledge through observation about them.

All about birds of all flights, hops, swims & walks of life, & our love, respectful admiration for & knowledge through observation about them.

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6 days ago6d

Posted by Mooolah
They can trash my home anytime. (I can say this 'cuz there are only turkey vultures here). My battle with the Downey woodpeckers peck'in my wood (cedar siding per previous owner) keeps me busy . I shake my fist at them & yell. They get the idea. & ...
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6 days ago6d

Posted by Mooolah
LINKFlock of giant California condors trashes woman's home
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1 week ago1w

Posted by Mooolah
LINKEndangered condor egg hatches in Northern California's wild
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1 week ago1w

Posted by 1950debris
Feathered friends feeding . . .
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Lilac-JadeCanada
This Wild Cockatoo Does This To His Favorite Person Every Day
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by 1950debris
How does the little animal do this? Perched on a twig and also holding its food. Amazes me.
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Insectra
While I was out fishing today I accidentally spooked a woodcock on a nest. I snapped a pic and quickly left. Hopefully the adults return.
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by Lilac-JadeCanada
Cockatoo dancing to "Happy" by Pharrell Williams bird loves egiptean music,(very funny)
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Mar 24Mar 24

Posted by Mooolah
LINKUS report: Bald eagle populations soar in lower 48 states
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Mar 17Mar 17

Posted by Mooolah
LINKAs endangered birds lose their songs, they can't find mates
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Mar 16Mar 16

Posted by Lilac-JadeCanada
Vancouver photographer's video of ravens playing like puppies in the snow goes viral June Hunter's video of 2 playful ravens has been viewed more than a million times..............more...............
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Mar 14Mar 14

Posted by Mooolah
LINKPhilly to dim lights to make it safer for birds in flight
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Mar 10Mar 10

Posted by FrayedBear
A murmuration of starlings in Somerset.
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Mar 7Mar 7

Posted by Mooolah
Zoot Suit resembles this cat. My champagne red cat Tula had passed away & I was sans cat for the 1st time in decades. Under a bird feeder one day appeared a tuxedo cat. The cosmos dropped him into my life. Another top 10 cat ...
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Mar 6Mar 6

Posted by Mooolah
We can live together. If we defeat the disease of more. An albatross cougar.
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Mar 4Mar 4

Posted by Insectra
Migrating snow geese taking a rest and feeding in local cornfields. These beauties are one of my favorite signs that spring is almost here.
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Mar 3Mar 3

Posted by Lilac-JadeCanada
Pleasant visits...
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Mar 1Mar 1

Posted by Buttercup
Varied Thrush, one of my favorite birds, I find woodland hues have a elegant subtlety more handsome than the gaudy displays of peacocks and parrots. Cedar Waxwings and Northern Flickers are other excellent examples.
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Feb 20Feb 20

Posted by 1950debris
I was visiting a friend, in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, he had just moved house. And by the front door his wife had hung this feeder for humming birds. I think. Anyway, I was stuck by there for a long time . . .
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Feb 15Feb 15

Posted by FrayedBear
Rare bird makes even rarer appearance in Australia.
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Feb 12Feb 12

Posted by Buttercup
This is the annual census (The great backyard bird count) conducted by Cornell, just a bit of fun. Naturally all the flocks of robins hid when it was time to count so I only reported 4.
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Feb 12Feb 12

Posted by Buttercup
Better forecasters than groundhogs? I'm seeing large numbers of robins, heading north since I'm on their migration route. Just seems to me that unlike groundhogs they have some skin in the game, they don't want to show up on their northern feeding ...
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Feb 11Feb 11

Posted by Behind-the-dog
Birding by CameraAnxiously awaiting the spring migration? Here are a couple of warblers people in eastern North America (or anyone with a field guide for the region) can practice identifying for now. The first three photos are of ...
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Feb 10Feb 10

Posted by 1950debris
Reminders of warmer weather. The robin is easy to identify, I think the other is a sparrow, but I tend to call all small brown birds sparrows . . .
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Feb 4Feb 4

Posted by 1950debris
Hmmm, an individual escapee from a charm of goldfinches . . .
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Posted by 1950debrisFeathered friends feeding . . .

Posted by 1950debrisFeathered friends feeding . . .

Posted by 1950debrisHow does the little animal do this? Perched on a twig and also holding its food. Amazes me.

Posted by InsectraWhile I was out fishing today I accidentally spooked a woodcock on a nest. I snapped a pic and quickly left. Hopefully the adults return.

Posted by InsectraMigrating snow geese taking a rest and feeding in local cornfields. These beauties are one of my favorite signs that spring is almost here.

Posted by InsectraMigrating snow geese taking a rest and feeding in local cornfields. These beauties are one of my favorite signs that spring is almost here.

Posted by InsectraMigrating snow geese taking a rest and feeding in local cornfields. These beauties are one of my favorite signs that spring is almost here.

Posted by InsectraMigrating snow geese taking a rest and feeding in local cornfields. These beauties are one of my favorite signs that spring is almost here.

Posted by InsectraMigrating snow geese taking a rest and feeding in local cornfields. These beauties are one of my favorite signs that spring is almost here.

Posted by InsectraMigrating snow geese taking a rest and feeding in local cornfields. These beauties are one of my favorite signs that spring is almost here.

Posted by ButtercupVaried Thrush, one of my favorite birds, I find woodland hues have a elegant subtlety more handsome than the gaudy displays of peacocks and parrots.

Posted by 1950debrisI was visiting a friend, in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, he had just moved house.

Posted by FrayedBearRare bird makes even rarer appearance in Australia.

Posted by Behind-the-dog Birding by Camera Anxiously awaiting the spring migration?

Posted by Behind-the-dog Birding by Camera Anxiously awaiting the spring migration?

Posted by Behind-the-dog Birding by Camera Anxiously awaiting the spring migration?

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