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Old 05-22-2011, 01:20 PM   #61
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I am mad for birds. I've owned and bred birds. I'm an avid bird watcher.

StoneFinn, could that be a Garganey or an Australian Wood Duck? It's hard to tell because it's a black and white. My third guess is the Pacific Black Duck.

I love playing the "id this bird" game, by the way.

Wildest bird I've ever seen was when I was very young. It was a Sunday morning in Monroe, LA (southern United States). Our neighbor came knocking on our door to "Come see."

In his live oak tree sat a HUGE white bird.

It was a Snowy Owl who'd apparently taken a heck of a wrong turn somewhere. She or he was gorgeous.

I've seen some other unusual birds in my day. I want to get a birding book and do some serious, binoculars-in-hand, early-freaking-morning birding.
Ditto....I love birdwatching too......When we lived in Seattle, I use to have several feeders and the different kinds of birds native to the area would just come from everywhere......It was funny watching the birds and the squirrels in the feeders too.....
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Default The Journeys of Snowy Owls

This arrived in an email I received from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, my favorite bird resource on the web, and I thought I would share. I never knew that snowy owls were nomads.

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This arrived in an email I received from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, my favorite bird resource on the web, and I thought I would share. I never knew that snowy owls were nomads.

COLLETTE is one of my favorite readers to follow, so I never even knew about your post on owls, Liam!

Liam? I don't know much about owls, but I do know that owls in Oregon are the types of owls that don't wander. They set up permanent homes in established territories.

In case you might be interested, I will leave a link about owls from the Oregon Dept of Fish & Wildlife. Barn owls and Snowy Owls are very beautiful. And formidable birds of prey, I think. I also think of them as being terribly shy, when they aren't shy at all. Plus (bonus), they're cuter than eagles.


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Here's my favorite owl, late at night.

Very darling, I'd say.
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It's too bad humans aren't more like owls, a lot of owls do a much better job of parenting, pair bonding and looking after one another than many humans ever will.

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Here's an press release about peregrine falcons living in my hometown metro area. At one time, there was an peregrine falcon couple nesting in an huge tree on my work campus. Often times on my lunch hour, one could see them soaring above the towers on my work campus. I even saw them teaching their baby how to fly.

http://www.pdxmonthly.com/articles/2...joy-and-terror
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