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burn_2007 wrote: Thanks for your comments on the Kestrels, they were a great to observe so close by.
I`m still hoping to see a Cardinal, Nuts. They are rarely seen here. My SIL had the pleasure of seeing one in her backyard, a few winters ago.
Margaret, I so enjoyed your playful Corellas. Hack thanks for posting the link to them on you tube.
Chilli, I like feeders like yours, where they make the Grackles work harder, for their food.
I love your shots of the Grebes, but am sad to see they are losing habitats. And your Brewer blackbird seem to manage very well with his short beak, Duc.
A family of Loons, swimming leisurely on the lake.
At the same lake there were a few Canada geese walking about. This is one of them.
At home a Black-capped Chickadee was calling.
Later on, I got the visit of a Yellow Warbler.
And found this Pheasant by the road, while out on a drive