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Gardeners
1 day ago1d

Posted by bigpawbullets
Day five. Starting to look like real birds!
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Posts
1 day ago1d

Posted by phxbillcee
Air wars...
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Trump Pinata
2 days ago2d

Posted by CuddyCruiser
Tweety birds chirp.
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Just for Laughs
4 days ago4d

Posted by johnnyrobish
Twenty Condors Completely Trash Woman’s Deck in Tehachapi While there are estimated to be approximately only 160 condors left in the wild in California, a Tehachapi Mountain resident came home last Monday to find that a full 20 or so of them ...
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News & Links
5 days ago5d

Posted by HankHunter13
LINKU.S. Proposes Ending Rule That Weakened Bird Protections
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Music Fans
6 days ago6d

Posted by Marionville
It’s 4.45pm and therefore time for a teatime treat....today it’s Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. - We’re On Our Way Now.
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Photography
1 week ago1w

Posted by 1950debris
Birds with appetite, again.
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General & Hellos
1 week ago1w

Posted by PondartIncbendog
Some funny remarks on ,,,,,,,you know who. "He reminds me of my uncle billy who used to shout at the birds claiming he invented the question mark ... uncle billy is looked after by professionals.."This man is absolutely dillusuonal. I'm surprised ...
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Politics
1 week ago1w

Posted by Druvius
I GIVE UP, TRUMPTOPIA FOREVER!
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Photography
1 week ago1w

Posted by 1950debris
About halfway along the coastline of Brazil is an island. Florianopolis is the main city on this island, it is in the background of some of these pics, which were taken from Cacupe, looking south. The fisherman was catching shrimp, we call them ...
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Academic (e.g., Science)
1 week ago1w

Posted by yvilletom
“I’m not a bigot, it’s just science that in a sexual species females have two X chromosomes and males have an X and a Y.” To which a science teacher responded: “First of all, in a sexual species you can have females be XX and males be X ...
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Health & Happiness
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by LiterateHiker
The Cascade Mountain foothills are alive with flowers!
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Religion & Spirituality
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Monty13
Vishnu avatars are not related to evolution! I see a lot of Hindus claiming that the Vishnu avatars showcase the evolution of living organisms on Earth. Here I debunk their outlandish claim. The 10 Vishnu avatars mentioned by Hindus are: 1. ...
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Silly, Random & Fun
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by resserts
I find this just delightful!
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CLASSIC ROCK RULES
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Dhiltong
The Brian May Band - Now I'm Here
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General & Hellos
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Triphid
Oh so kind. This morning, after being woken again at sunrise by Groucho, I went out on to the veranda with his breakfast, he flew up, landed on my shoulder, climbed down my arm and dropped a dead mouse in to my hand. So as not to insult him, I waited...
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General & Hellos
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by BirdMan1
Ron DeTrumpist
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News & Links
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by HippieChick58
LINKLetters From An American 04/18/2021
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by phxbillcee
As far as that EU nonsense goes...Ancient aliens & Lysenkoism
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Just for Laughs
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by TCorCM
: | groan
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Just for Laughs
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by OldMetalHead
Two girls one cup? Warning you now. Don't google it.
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Music Fans
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by phxbillcee
Warren Zevon - Lawyers, Guns And Money - 4/18/1980 - Capitol Theatre (Official) Poor Poor Pitiful Me (2008 Remaster) Warren Zevon - Accidentally Like A Martyr - Live in Passaic NJ, 1982 (HD)
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Posts
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Hathacat
So THAT'S what he was doing....
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Posts
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Ryo1
C'mon, you've got this. 😂
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Posts
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by phxbillcee
Happy B-Day Drummer Patrick Carney(41) The Black Keys - Lonely Boy The Black Keys - Crawling Kingsnake
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News & Links
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by snytiger6
LINKThe Mormon Church May Excommunicate a Sex Therapist Who Puts Science Over Dogma | Hemant Mehta | Friendly Atheist | Patheos
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General & Hellos
4 weeks ago4w

Posted by chalupacabre
A stranger called me on my company phone and didn't readily identify herself, so I was polite and apprehensive . . . Until she started talking about how the pandemic has made so many sad, so she was reaching out to provide ministry and comfort. What ...
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All Things Asia
4 weeks ago4w

Posted by Boomtarat03
Yangdong-village in Gyeongju, - South Korea - I found a page who post most of South korea! 😅
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Posts
4 weeks ago4w

Posted by bobwjr
Have a Aunt like that ?
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Music, Movies & Books
1 month ago1m

Posted by Beowulfsfriend
I am working on a game for next weekend. So, I thought I would share some of it here. Here is a list of some Beatles songs that I adjusted the titles with synonyms. Try it if you would like. I'll check back later this week and tell who is correct....
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Silly, Random & Fun
1 month ago1m

Posted by Archeus_Lore
Sacrilege is just so sweet . . .
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Silly, Random & Fun
1 month ago1m

Posted by EarnestEccentric
Great song... in a funny way (lyrics below the video link) Asshole Tom Petty Your brains went black When she took back her love And put it out into the sun. The birds did fly When the heavens all went dry And the cigarettes were ...
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Photography
1 month ago1m

Posted by 1950debris
In England, in January, it is not often the sun shines. It is even less often that it demonstrates how translucent the beaks on some birds are, especially this well. I think the bird is an ibis.
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Non-nude sexy pics
1 month ago1m

Posted by OldMetalHead
Arina Bikbulatova
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News & Links
1 month ago1m

Posted by WilliamCharles
LINKBird Protectors Built a Giant Sandcastle to Ensure These Martins Have a Nesting Home For Years to Come
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Posts
1 month ago1m

Posted by phxbillcee
Why Animals Don’t Get Lost Birds do it. Bees do it. Learning about the astounding navigational feats of wild creatures can teach us a lot about where we’re going.
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Wordsmith
1 month ago1m

Posted by fishline79
Here are a couple of short poems, translated from 18th century Slavic Poet, Ignacy Krasicki. They all relate to the issue of human rights or the exploitation of the weak by the strong. The first seems pertinent to me of the current Minnesota murder ...
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Academic (e.g., Science)
Mar 27Mar 27

Posted by WilliamCharles
LINKAlien Languages May Not Be Entirely Alien to Us - WSJ
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Silly, Random & Fun
Mar 25Mar 25

Posted by ASTRALMAX
Patient Birds
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Atheist Videos & Miscellany
Mar 23Mar 23

Posted by phxbillcee
This Has NEVER Been Discussed On the Show!?! | Andrew - CA | Atheist Experience 24.22
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Academic (e.g., Science)
Mar 23Mar 23

Posted by WilliamCharles
LINKBirds are forgetting their songs, scientists say – BGR
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
Mar 22Mar 22

Posted by phxbillcee
SciShow These Extinct Birds Really Stretch the Definition of “Bird”
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Posts
Mar 21Mar 21

Posted by snytiger6
Be patient Bob. It'll happen any moment...
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
Mar 19Mar 19

Posted by gsiamne
Billions of lightning bolts may have jump-started life on Earth, study suggests:
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FEATHERED FRIENDS
Mar 17Mar 17

Posted by Mooolah
LINKAs endangered birds lose their songs, they can't find mates
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FEATHERED FRIENDS
Mar 14Mar 14

Posted by Mooolah
LINKPhilly to dim lights to make it safer for birds in flight
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Singles/Mingle/Chat
Mar 13Mar 13

Posted by azzow2
Does everyone have on their time travel suits and are ready to brace for the time quake tonight?
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Oppression Throughout The World
Mar 13Mar 13

Posted by Healthydoc70
The US has been and remains a major oppressive country. really? the father of our country, George Washington had hundreds of slaves and led the genocide of native Americans. The Iroqouis Nation to this day reviles GW. THe capital riot was perpetrated...
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Music Fans
Mar 13Mar 13

Posted by Marionville
Good morning...it’s Saturday, the last day of my weeklong celebration of Summer Festivals ....so here’s Shakira doing her thing at Glastonbury in 2010. - Hips Don’t Lie. A reminder of sunny, happy, crowded summer fun....something to look ...
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FreeThinkers
Mar 8Mar 8

Posted by Philip21
We should recognize ... he's a good boy after all ...
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
Mar 6Mar 6

Posted by Triphid
What an ABSOLUTE Mongrel-gutted, Low-life Scum-bag that car driver just was. Who ever he/she was just sped past my house at at least 40 miles per hour, plowed through the birds feeding on the side of the lane and killed, MURDERED imo, the friendliest...
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General & Hellos
Mar 3Mar 3

Posted by Triphid
Just went outside to take Breakfast to the 'Feathered Hordes' and got confronted by 'you know who' telling me that he "has a knife, knows how to use it and will kill me IF I keep on feeding the birds." Yes, I know it is an ACTUAL Threat of Violence, ...
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
Mar 3Mar 3

Posted by phxbillcee
Scientists Finally Know The Real Reason Dodo Birds Went Extinct
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
Mar 2Mar 2

Posted by phxbillcee
SciShow The Bizarre World of Living Color | Compilation
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News & Links
Mar 1Mar 1

Posted by FearlessFly
EU Law Requires Companies To Fix Electronic Goods For Up To 10 Years
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FEATHERED FRIENDS
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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General & Hellos
Mar 1Mar 1

Posted by OldWiseAss
Religion and racism compliment and encourage each other like companion plants. The same thing could be said about religion and sexism. Jeremiah Camara speaks about the religious roots of racism.
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
Feb 28Feb 28

Posted by Triphid
An up-date from the 'Avian Karma/ Pay-back Bird Style' from Saturday. Mr. Grumble, Gripe and Groan, aka Evangeloon, discovered his vehicle late yesterday. He angrily 'informed' me that he was going expect "ME to pay for the cleaning of his vehicles ...
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
Feb 27Feb 27

Posted by Triphid
One the many varieties of Aussie Butcher Birds. Their name is derived from their habit of impaling their prey, dead of course, on a small branch or strong twig whilst they eat it. We also have, of course, the Famous Kookaburra, aka the Laughing ...
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
Feb 27Feb 27

Posted by Triphid
Our Aussie Magpies, aka Maggies, NOT to be confused with those poor deluded supporters of the AFL team the Collingwood Magpies, they are far more intelligent, the birds that is.
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Feb 23Feb 23

Posted by JoeB
Cousteauvia kustovia: A Diving Duck from the Late Eocene of Kazakhstan. Waterfowl (order Anseriformes) are characteristic elements of modern Avian faunas and are among the most common Birds in the late Cainozoic fossil ...
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FEATHERED FRIENDS
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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Liberals Who Don't Hate Each Other
Feb 20Feb 20

Posted by genessa
darn those pesky windmills, causing cancer, killing birds and freezing up in texas while they stubbornly do none of those things anywhere else in the world, including antarctica, where they work just fine all year round. darn thse unsympathetic ...
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Natural history
Feb 19Feb 19

Posted by Mark013
Was a brutal three weeks of temps during the day in the single digits and nights well below zero. Feeders filled twice a day and plenty spilled on the ground for the big birds. Now the weather is warming and as the snow melts, the birds will eat what...
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Memes R Us
Feb 18Feb 18

Posted by glennlab
He's always right in there with the birds!
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Posts
Feb 18Feb 18

Posted by Boomtarat03
These people are for keeps 🖤
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Religion & Spirituality
Feb 16Feb 16

Posted by Triphid
I'm beginning to think that just maybe the birds around here in my town, especially the Magpies have developed a dis-taste for Street Corner God-Botherers. Today whilst out doing the usual Groceries shopping, there was, as usual, a God-botherer ...
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News & Links
Feb 14Feb 14

Posted by HippieChick58
LINKLetters From An American 02/13/2021
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Silly, Random & Fun
Feb 14Feb 14

Posted by whiskywoman
Spider that eats birds, first woman artist that made a living at it , and a blt extra bacon
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Posts
Feb 13Feb 13

Posted by HippieChick58
Gallinaceous gal-ə-NAY-shəs Part of speech: adjective Origin: Latin, late 18th century 1: Relating to birds of an order (Galliformes) which includes domestic poultry and game birds. Examples of Gallinaceous in a sentence "The farm was home ...
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Posts
Feb 11Feb 11

Posted by glennlab
Ok, I was safe for a minute
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FEATHERED FRIENDS
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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News & Links
Feb 11Feb 11

Posted by snytiger6
LINKAn amazing dad needed a good swimsuit for his trans daughter. So he invented it himself. / LGBTQ Nation
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Posts
Feb 10Feb 10

Posted by 1950debris
Still learning this site, but anyway. A reminder of warmer times, a robin and I think a young sparrow. All small brown birds tend to be called sparrows by me . . .
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FEATHERED FRIENDS
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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Posts
Feb 7Feb 7

Posted by Fernapple
Posted this I the nature group, but thought you may like it too. In the UK we never quite had the equivalent of the US Audubon, but we do have Archibald Thorburn. Whose books on birds and mammals came out in the early twentieth century, they were ...
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Natural history
Feb 7Feb 7

Posted by Fernapple
In the UK we never quite had the equivalent of the US Audubon, but we do have Archibald Thorburn. Whose books on birds and mammals came out in the early twentieth century, they were much more populist, and cheap enough to be affordable, yet well ...
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This Day In History
Feb 4Feb 4

Posted by altschmerz
50 years ago: Rolls-Royce comes under control of British government On February 4, 1970, the British luxury automaker and aircraft engine company Rolls-Royce was nationalized by the United Kingdom after financial crisis and ...
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Politics
Feb 4Feb 4

Posted by bobwjr
How the rich maintain control
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General & Hellos
Feb 4Feb 4

Posted by Willow_Wisp
I was raised on what my Dad called a farm. It was really just a place to raise about 1,000 different breeds of chickens, ducks, geese, goats, pigs, cattle, thousands of rabbits and a dozen or so varieties of game birds. To me it was a blood and shit ...
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Just for Laughs
Feb 3Feb 3

Posted by St-Sinner
In continuing the celebration of Karen
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Politics
Feb 3Feb 3

Posted by Charliesey
ONE OF MY TWEETS MADE CNN. IT IS SHOWN IN ANDERSO N COOPER 360.
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Natural history
Feb 3Feb 3

Posted by Fernapple
A seasonal look at birds in winter, and their amazing stories of survival. Some great and beautiful footage too.
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
Jan 30Jan 30

Posted by Triphid
Who says birds don't spread gossip...LOL. "Second serving of Breakfast' available at this address friends, come and get it, it's free, just leave the 'kids' home and deliver it to them AFTER we've eaten in peace."
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General & Hellos
Jan 30Jan 30

Posted by Lorajay
Time to talk about the birds and the bees and the flowers.
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
Jan 26Jan 26

Posted by Triphid
Gee it's getting a bit rough around here. Not ONLY the birds expect their breakfast of seeds to be DELIVERED to them EVERY morning BUT now they're lining up wanting Lunch delivered as well.
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Jokes and humor about religion
Jan 26Jan 26

Posted by Triphid
And as the pope stands upon the balcony blessing the crowds below, he suddenly notices that they are all pointing at him and. laughing. So he ceases his gesturing and shouts down to a child below him, " Why are you and everyone laughing at me, do you...
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Posts
Jan 26Jan 26

Posted by Marionville
Please give a big welcome to @MeggieCleary who has just joined our group. Looking forward to sharing some great music with you Thorn Birds lover!
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Memes R Us
Jan 25Jan 25

Posted by scurry
Riches beyond imagination!
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Photography
Jan 24Jan 24

Posted by Fernapple
I was just lucky enough to get close, for a couple of quick, hand held long zoom shots, which don't seem to have much wobble. The Jackdaws are very wary. They are fine if you walk past, but stop and take out a camera, and they are gone. They are ...
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Natural history
Jan 24Jan 24

Posted by Fernapple
Jackdaws and my next doors chimney. Spring may be far off for us, here in the UK, but some early birds are starting nests already. Jackdaws seem to love old fashioned chimneys as nesting sites. Their method is simply to drop twigs and branches, often...
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
Jan 19Jan 19

Posted by Triphid
Jeez Louise, some say birds are not so intelligent. I always put out seed for the native Australia Crested Wood Pigeons ever morning. Not ONLY am I feeding about a dozen pairs of Wood Pigeons but now a pair of native Pink and Grey Cockatoos ( Galahs)...
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Wordsmith
Jan 19Jan 19

Posted by fishline79
“The Groundlings of June” by David Fishel From “The Roqueta”, Menorca’s English Magazine, August, 2015 While crossing the plaza on my way home from shopping, I happened to lower my gaze to the pavement in...
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Music, Movies & Books
Jan 17Jan 17

Posted by michaellucifer13
Here’s a song for you… Like Carrion Birds by Abigail Williams
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General & Hellos
Jan 13Jan 13

Posted by 1950debris
If this had to have a title it could be the 'Eternal Chase'. I wonder if a bird's eye sees the same colours we see, so often the male plumage is the more striking.
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Politics
Jan 12Jan 12

Posted by LiterateHiker
Trump loves the poorly-educated.
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Natural history
Jan 10Jan 10

Posted by Mark013
I have been seeing Cardinals, squirrels, and larger birds feed from the ground under my tube feeders so decided to make a ground feeder. Had a half piece of driftwood that has been floating around my garage for years and put it to use. Used a spade ...
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News & Links
Jan 9Jan 9

Posted by snytiger6
LINKPrayer Group Tells God to “Fight” Justice John Roberts If He Won’t “Bow to You” | Beth Stoneburner | Friendly Atheist | Patheos
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Music of the Movies
Jan 9Jan 9

Posted by nicestuff
My favorite film score, Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo," by my favorite film score composer, Bernard Herrmann. Herrmann scored many of Hitchcock's films, including The Man Who Knew Too Much, North By Northwest, Psycho, Marnie, and The Birds. ...
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Politics
Jan 8Jan 8

Posted by WilliamCharles
LINKQuis custodiet ipsos custodes? - Wikipedia
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