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  1. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Mourning_Dove/id
  2. I've suggested two, one was excepted, the other was not. Also I have this strange feeling there was a third one, that I suggested just recently, but what, where, and if I even did it, is drawing a complete blank.
  3. Always wondered what this was, my best guess was Ring-necked Pheasant. Whatever it is, it was not wild. It almost certainly came from a ranch near by this location, that releases game birds for hunting. August, 2021, Palo Pinto county. Thoughts?
  4. birdie 🦒 #261: πŸŸ₯πŸŸ¨πŸŸ©β¬›β¬›β¬› https://birdiegame.net/
  5. Everyone probably doesn't know, so I should explain. The cross over range in TUTI, and BCTI, doesn't just have a few hybrids. Every bird is a "hybrid", generation, after generation, after generation.
  6. Would like to see something done about the Tufted Titmouse, Black-crested Titmouse, and Tufted x Black-crested Titmouse (hybrid) mess. Don't know that un-spliting them is the answer, while clearly I haven't been testing genetics, I can tell there is considerable differences other than just looks. So I don't have a problem with them being two species, but this hybrid range in the middle of them is a real mess. Where does it start and stop? As you go east they start looking more and more like Tufted, and going west like Black-crested, but at what point do decide you are seeing "pure" birds? Also, for some reason, there is very little information about the hybrid range, and as a result most people report them as pure birds, which is incredibly annoying.
  7. Exactly, that is a common sight down here. It would seem really strange, to live in a place with little to no vultures....
  8. All that running in the rain and cold..... Sorry to hear you feel bad, get better soon.
  9. If it is two hours past sunrise, and there is not Vultures in the sky it is probably raining, or some other reason there is no good thermals. You can see easily 150 of Black and Turkey, at some locations, but just out and about, 10-12 of each is pretty normal to see.
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  11. IncorIncorrectly identified birdie 🐦 #260: πŸŸ₯🟨🟨🟨🟨🟨 https://birdiegame.net/
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