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Totah Sam

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  • Birthday 02/12/1963

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  1. I usually see them hanging out with Nuthatches in my area. I have a couple of suet feeders as well as the seed feeders and they tend to stay in the area during the winter. I'm seeing more bird activity than in the past. I don't know if it's due to the severe drought or the wildfires. Probably a combination of the two. They sure keep the feeders busy.
  2. Sorry for the quality. Taken on a phone. Phoenix AZ yesterday. Thank you so much in advance. Y'all are amazing. ❤️
  3. The bill may look shorter because of the angle of the head.
  4. My niece took this photo just outside of Bernalillo New Mexico yesterday. Heading south on 550. She is convinced it's a roadrunner. I'm thinking it's a type of grackle. She captured it on her phone so the quality isn't really that good.
  5. I'm in New Mexico. irrigation is a way of life. 😛
  6. Beautiful bird and great captures. ❤️
  7. I spent one summer as a young man in Canyon De Chelly. I spent a lot of time around Spider Rock looking down from the several overlooks and admiring the view. This was the place where Spider Grandmother taught the Navajo how to weave. Several times I observed the Ravens riding the thermals and using the updrafts to flip over on their backs and fly upside down. It seemed like they were playing games with each other. Reminds me of the story of how Coyote lost his beautiful eyes to prankster birds. They replaced his eyes with pine pitch which is why coyotes have yellow eyes to this day. Go
  8. About a year ago someone from Durango posted pics of purple finches and was verified by people on here. I don't know why everyone is up in arms about this. I merely stated what has been posted here previously. I'm sorry if I've ruffled some feathers. I'll stick to lurking from here on out.
  9. O.o Purple Finches are the bane of my existence. 70 miles to the north (Durango, Co) they have so many purple finches you can't shake a stick without hitting one. Down here in NW New Mexico? Nothing. I've been looking for YEARS. >=(
  10. It's definitely a sparrow. I'd say Song Sparrow but I'll let the experts identify it.
  11. NW New Mexico between Shiprock and Farmington. Caught these earlier tonight. Can anyone identify them? Merry Christmas!
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