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1 hour ago, kevarc said:

I think he is telling them to move out of his way

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I think he's warning the hen not to fly directly beneath the other drake!!!! 😯

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On 1/19/2020 at 6:48 PM, kevarc said:

I think he is telling them to move out of his way

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Maybe he was the jilted suitor. 

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Rough-winged Gadwall?

No de-icing crew available and flight surfaces may be temporarily affected so all departures delayed (the hanging lump of ice a major potential impact on aerodynamics).

The male (and female) both appear to have frozen to the ice overnight. No immediate danger and milder temperatures imminent.

PS. Re. the last post - I am a big fan of Linda (wonderful person) and can recommend the recent CNN documentary.

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Lola is fast. Lola is smart. Lola cheats. Lola launches forward when I am in the middle of my back swing!  My wife thinks she can train Lola for agility competition.  I think Lola is better suited for drag races than for autocross meets.  Lola might do well in a tractor pull competition.  Lola is exceptionally large for a female of the Bouver des Flandres breed.  Bouviers were bred to pull milk carts and herd oxen to market and serve as a general purpose farm dog who could protect people and property and livestock from intruders.   

Lola at Full Charge!

 

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Eat hearty mis amigos.  Eli Wallach and his band of squirrel banditos are planning their raid upon our village.  Steve McQueen and the Magnificent  Seven only arrive late in the second reel and well after the conclusion of the Elmer Bernstein opening theme.  

https://www.thetabernaclechoir.org/articles/theme-from-magnificent-seven-1-million-views.html

House Sparrows

 

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19 or 20? I am not sure if there is another Eagle behind Eagle 15. If you click on Seattle's photo in the original post it takes you to flickr, and there you can zoom in on the photo very well. 

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1 hour ago, Kevin said:

19 or 20? I am not sure if there is another Eagle behind Eagle 15. If you click on Seattle's photo in the original post it takes you to flickr, and there you can zoom in on the photo very well. 

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I got 19 too...

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At least you can see why they where name what they where in this photo. Why could they not be name Eastern Woodpecker or Red-napped Woodpecker or...

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On 2/21/2020 at 2:16 PM, Kevin said:

19 or 20? I am not sure if there is another Eagle behind Eagle 15. If you click on Seattle's photo in the original post it takes you to flickr, and there you can zoom in on the photo very well. 

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Looks like you miss counted, I don't see a #14.

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46 minutes ago, lonestranger said:

Looks like you miss counted, I don't see a #14.

I don't see it either. That makes 18.

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