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TexasCobra

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  1. I read that roadrunners sometimes eat rock squirrels. I reported that info to my wife. She said, "Good riddance!" The rock squirrels infest my backyard in burrows beneath my tool sheds and along my septic tank. Our three Bouvier des Flandres dogs are exceedingly quick and protective of their domain. They have yet to capture a rock squirrel.
  2. I have twelve or more birdfeeders in the backyard. I have never had a roadrunner attack another bird. On occasion a hawk or owl will destroy a passerine.
  3. Black-chinned Hummingbird. Three or four at a time are contesting access to the nectar feeder I suspended above the walk-out deck from my second floor studio. I may have to post a sign indicating this area requires hard hats and safety goggles.
  4. Perhaps I need to grow more accustomed to the Tamron ultra telephoto zoom lens that I received last Friday.
  5. Thanks for the prompt reply. The Black-crested Titmouse is a daily visitor to my birdfeeders. I usually ID the bird. Is this an immature version?
  6. I do not know the species of this bird. Can you help with identification??
  7. I am experimenting with the Tamron ultra long range telephoto zoom lens that arrived last Friday. I may have to resume weightlifting exercises. It is the heaviest chunk of machinery I have attached to my DSLR camera. f
  8. Visit my central Texas hostel. The owl house is unoccupied and available free of charge. Dining on free range chipmunks, field mice, and squirrels is excellent. March temperatures are in the eighties. Come on down.
  9. Woodhouse's Scrub-jay. A frequent visitor to my backyard birdfeeder buffet. Such a pretty adornment to my backyard!
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