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Bird Watching: DAILY BIRD PICS VOL. 441, 1 by Fauther

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A Black-bellied Whistling Duck keeps its distance from me at Town Lake at Firemans Park in McAllen. Water is a magnet for birds, A Clay-colored Thrush, also known as a Clay-colored Robin (National bird of Costa Rica) and its mate have made this area their permanent home. A Yellow-fronted Woodpecker investigates an antler shed put to good use in our back yard.


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