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  1. Thanks. This morning I saw our 1st robin! Our Great Horned Owls are mating, soon to be nesting as they do every year.
  2. I too have seen a few house finches over the years, usually in March so they do migrate early. http://lifeon12acres.com/birds/house-finch (my blog).
  3. Now that's a surprise. I did wonder as it's similar to the photo of the female in my bird book. A bit early and according to my book, out of her range. This has been happening a lot the past couple of years due to weather changes.
  4. Saw this little bird a couple of days ago but he was too far away to identify.. any ideas? Maybe a sparrow?? Located 22km south west of Cardston, Alberta. (Too pixelated if I make it bigger.)
  5. Really? Ok thanks. I have seen young starlings and they have a lot more spots. Check out my photos here http://lifeon12acres.com/birds/starling
  6. I've had these 2 birds recently. They don't look like the same species. They come in flocks and go into the eaves troughs. I don't think they are starlings as the beak is too long. I live 22km south east of Cardston Alberta. Sorry 2nd one isn't as clear as it could be.
  7. The feather was on ground on my property in Canada.
  8. Thanks, I assumed it was a Red Tail Hawk but wasn't sure as it's a shorter feather than I thought it would be.
  9. Found this feather on our property 22km south east of Cardston, Alberta. We do have Red Tail Hawks nesting that have 2 chicks still on nest so I was wondering if it's from one of the adults as their tail feathers are this colour but I thought it too short. It's 8 1/2 inches long.
  10. Wow, that was fast, thanks for the correction.
  11. It this a Willow Flycatcher. Located 22km south east of Cardston, Alberta, 4km from US border. Very first sighting here.
  12. This spring I have seen many birds that I've never seen before. Attached are 3 that I cannot identify, hope you can help. I am 22km southeast of Cardston Alberta. They are all small birds, smaller than a Robin. Thanks
  13. This spring I have seen many birds that I've never seen before. Attached are 3 that I cannot identify, hope you can help. I am 22km southeast of Cardston Alberta. They are all small birds, smaller than a Robin. Thanks
  14. Thank you! He is in my book. I have seen many sparrows, but not this one before. http://lifeon12acres.com/birds/sparrows
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