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Everything posted by MacMe

  1. you were just around the corner from me, I can almost see SPI from my house
  2. You know that feeling when you are excited for a bowl of cereal and on the first bite you realize the milk is bad, and you have that internal struggle over throwing it away which will break your heart, or eating it which will break your guts? That is what this bird is feeling.
  3. Another reason not to leave pets in the car, even with the windows cracked
  4. The expected reaction when a delinquent curlew upturns their bill in public
  5. Evacuation order in immediate effect. Footage of Goosezilla moving through the northern forest confirmed. Beware its atomic breath
  6. I'll pick a winner later tonight or tomorrow morning
  7. Animals, am I right? How about this picture that I just took today?
  8. Allen! Allen! Allen! Hm, maybe his name isn't Allen?....Steve! Steve! Steve! Steve!
  9. We are the Bird Poachers Anonymous. If you want to see this bird in the wild again, wire $10 million into my account. You have 1 hour to comply or its feathers will adorn my hat.
  10. What predator are they defending against? A toxin such as this seems specialized for one specific predator. A biological arms race between two species leaves all others in the dust
  11. Is there footage of the area after the flock leaves? those that died are easy picking for the predator
  12. Not seeing the horrible thing out of frame make this pick all the more scary
  13. In my opinion, the birds aren't behaving in a way consistent with toxic fumes or electrocution, not that I've seen how birds behave when they do. They don't look like their falling, they look like they are flying. They look lucid/alert enough to detect that something is wrong as the first birds hit the ground and take corrective action. I suppose toxic fumes or electrocution could have affected the front birds causing them to fall and the birds behind them followed after trying to keep the flock together, trying to stick with the 'murmuration' (not sure what the term would be for these guys)
  14. Strange. My guess it was a magnetic field anomaly.
  15. I lived there from 2014-2017 attending FIT. Also, I only saw one living armadillo while living there and many squashed ones. My wife didn't see any
  16. It's been long enough. I declare the winner of this round to be @Avery!
  17. I will need to sit this one out. Hopefully, I'll have more time with the next one
  18. Yeah! I was wondering who among us was cultured enough to catch that reference ? as if 90's cartoons are 'cultured' Let's do this picture next
  19. Never heard of that bird before. I might be using a photo from Merlin Bird ID....
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