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    Quote Originally Posted by Nearfest2 View Post
    Mourning Doves (MODO) and Carolina Chickadees (CACH) are here all year-round. MODO's do not migrate very much and CACH's don't migrate at all. The birds will move around to where the food is in the area. Some days I have a full feeders, other days they're empty all day. If you do have feeders up, make sure to keep them full or the birds will leave for another food source. It could take them awhile to rediscover your yard.
    The deer have no problem helping themselves at my feeder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    Always loved Snoopy's vulture impersonation!
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    Robin chicks 2018.jpg

    2 of 4...Robin Chicks last summer...
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    A wintery bird for the winter season.

    I photographed this chinstrap penguin a few years back on Antarctica

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    I photographed this chinstrap penguin a few years back on Antarctica
    Whoa. That had to be an amazing trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    440.jpg

    A wintery bird for the winter season.

    I photographed this chinstrap penguin a few years back on Antarctica
    What a beautiful bird and picture. Thanks for sharing.

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    Agreed, that is a fantastic photo! Love it.
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    It's strange. As the weather gets colder I'm seeing less crows and more ravens. Is this a harbinger of doom?
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    I did a 23-mile hike today (yeah - dumb, I know - my legs hate me!) - and although I wasn't looking too hard - cuz U wanted to finish before the sun went down - all I was aware of was crows and woodpeckers.

    I passed 4 groups of birders on the trail and asked what they'd seen - and it was mostly woodpeckers.

    Nothing exciting, except for a pileated (sp?) woodpecker that flew across the trail right in front of me. Beautiful in flight!
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