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lonestranger

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  1. You'll have to start traveling with ALL your birding gear, ALL the time now @Charlie Spencer. Binoculars in the glove box are great to have, until you realize that the scope you actually need is feeling neglected because it got left at home. 'Don't leave home without it', applies to a lot more than just credit cards, especially when there's a chance of birding. πŸ˜‰

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  2. BRDL 380
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    I failed yesterday's puzzle and forgot to post the results of a few previous games in a timely fashion. If I don't post the results right away, the game reloads when I revisit that tab and my results get swept away. Oh well.Β πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ

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  3. 2 hours ago, SirVive said:

    I was speed scrolling and backed up expecting to see

    @Charlie SpencerΒ 's autograph at the top of thisΒ 

    I can understand your confusion but it’s not @Charlie Spencer's style to wish that someone be plagued with good/rare birds. At least not without adding some extra nonsense about obstructed views or the camera failing while they try to take selfies of the birds landing on their head. πŸ˜†

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  4. 21 minutes ago, Birds are cool said:

    This morning the sunrise was really awesome. Five minutes earlier the sun was pink, so this photo doesn't do it justice.

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    Those pre-sunrise colours are often better than the actual sunrise colours, in my opinion.

    I'll make a suggestion for taking sunrise/sunset photos with your phone. If you turn your phone horizontally when photographing the horizon, you will capture more of the colourful horizon and less of the not soΒ colourful clouds. I find it allows me to zoom in a lot more without cutting off the edges of the scene. Just something to consider when composing sunset photos.

    Β 

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  5. BRDL 375
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    With so many options, I really didn't think I was going to get this one.

  6. 3 hours ago, cooldood said:

    It is square for sure so do they eat anything other than bugs?Β  This is about 10' from my feeders where I have suet and sunflower, but nothing square.

    Could the square look be from a single wing being folded in half?Β  Still speculating on a possible insect meal since that is their only listed food source, other than eating fruit in the winter.

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  7. BRDL 374
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  8. BRDL 373
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