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  1. Problem is we have not seen any coots here for quite some time.
  2. I guess the rest of this bird got eaten.. does anyone know what bird it is from? Taken 22km south east of Cardston, Alberta.
  3. Took this photo this morning 22km south east of Cardston, Alberta. Can someone identify it please? Not sure if he/she's a hawk or falcon nor what breed.
  4. I suspected this but wanted to be sure.. thanks!
  5. Yes, I see now, it's a female. Thank you. Do you know what this one is? Not a coot as it does not have a white beak. Sorry, not a great shot as the sun is behind it.
  6. Can anyone tell me what species of duck this fellow is please? I've never seen one like it before. In southern Alberta 22km south east of Cardston. Photo taken Oct 6/18. He was with a whole lot of American Coots.
  7. I didn't think you'd all have so much fun with this post!! Jerry I looked at your great photos but most of them didn't load. I also have a blog for my wildlife photos http://www.lifeon12acres.com I don't think it's a coot, grebe or phararope as they all only have 1 claw at the end of each 'branch'. Maybe it's some kind of hawk??
  8. Um.. not sure as we've never seen a grebe here and coots are rare or gone for the summer.
  9. We have Great Horned Owls that kill and eat whatever they can get. We found these feet under one of their regular spots. Any idea what bird they come from? Size about 6". Taken in southern Alberta about 22km south east of Cardston.
  10. Thank you.. it is very rare for us to see Cedar Waxwings here. Here are some of our sightings http://lifeon12acres.com/birds/waxwing
  11. This little fellow flew into my window so I was able to photograph him. He flew away after awhile. Does anyone know what species he is please? location: 22km southeast of Cardston, Alberta
  12. I believe you are absolutely correct except for the feral part.. I found a great photo here https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/rock-pigeon Thank you.
  13. Spotted this bird on top of our grain bin 22km south east of Cardston, Alberta. Not a great shot as he was far away but does anyone know what kind he is please? I've never seen this species before. He had a band on his leg as well.
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