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3 hours ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Isn't she adorable (that is a female, btw).  Muscovy make great pets... I have a whitehead barred black girl named Jeanette.

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She is indeed a pretty one.  I do know how to spot the hens.  I'd love to see pics of Jeanette.  Why don't you post some in the appropriate forum -wouldn't make sense to hog this thread with an off-topic discussion.

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2 hours ago, dragon49 said:

She is indeed a pretty one.  I do know how to spot the hens.  I'd love to see pics of Jeanette.  Why don't you post some in the appropriate forum -wouldn't make sense to hog this thread with an off-topic discussion.

Oh, okay, I noticed you hadn't specified the sex on eBird, not that it matters much.  Sorry, can't help but show off my duckies. 🙂

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Black-chinned Hummingbird.  Three or four at a time are contesting access to the nectar feeder I suspended above the walk-out deck from my second floor studio.  I may have to post a sign indicating this area requires hard hats and safety goggles.

Black-chinned Hummingbird

 

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