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5 minutes ago, Chris Clem said:

Just about 1/2 hr ago.

Okay, just making sure! :)  You can choose the next challenge!

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Just now, Chris Clem said:

The next challenge is.........Two hummingbirds in the same photo.......Good Luck.

Two different species of hummingbird or just two hummingbirds?

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Two different species of hummingbird or just two hummingbirds?

ANY..... two Hummingbirds in the same photo.

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On 5/23/2020 at 10:50 AM, Kevin said:

I have that! Golden-cheeked Warbler!!!! It was taken Wednesday.

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At least you can safely say that this is the only competition that photo will ever win!😆

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Isn't this photo stunning? Look at the detail you can see.:classic_tongue:

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On 4/1/2020 at 8:03 PM, The Bird Nuts said:

Hey everyone, @lonestranger had the great idea to let the winner choose the next photo challenge.  That means it's @Bird Brain's turn!  (If you don't want to choose you can pass to someone else)

Do to that I just pick a challenge I would like to defer to @akandula.

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52 minutes ago, Kevin said:

Do to that I just pick a challenge I would like to defer to @akandula.

So you would like me to pick the next challenge? Wow, I didn't even win anything. Thanks for the opportunity! :classic_biggrin:

The next challenge will be to take a photo that has two different introduced species in it. Example of introduced species include House Sparrows, Rock Pigeons, European Starlings, Mute Swans, Cattle Egrets, Eurasian Collared-Doves, Ring-necked Pheasants, etc. This should be easy... good luck!

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2 hours ago, Kevin said:

Isn't this photo stunning? Look at the detail you can see.:classic_tongue:

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I think I should have said no blurry bird feeder photos 🙂

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13 hours ago, akandula said:

 

The next challenge will be to take a photo that has two different introduced species in it. Example of introduced species include House Sparrows, Rock Pigeons, European Starlings, Mute Swans, Cattle Egrets, Eurasian Collared-Doves, Ring-necked Pheasants, etc. This should be easy... good luck!

Well I see EUST & HOSP every single day - now just to get them to pose and wait for me to run get the camera :classic_laugh:

Or maybe I can get a Starling to attempt a raid on my resident nesting House Sparrows - they are already on round two for the year - kicked the fledglings out and 5 new eggs last I checked the other day.

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15 minutes ago, Johnd said:

Are house finches and Doves Introduced?

House Finch are introduced to the Eastern USA, basically anywhere east of the rockies. Mourning Doves are native across the US, but Eurasian Collared Dove are introduced. 

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9 minutes ago, BirdNrd said:

Just got Scaly-breasted Munia 

 

Is this Southern California? I know they are established there. Most of your questions are from San Luis Obispo county. I never knew they made it up there. It would make since, we got our first record last year in Marin County.

 

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1 minute ago, Connor Cochrane said:

Is this Southern California? I know they are established there. Most of your questions are from San Luis Obispo county. I never knew they made it up there. It would make since, we got our first record last year in Marin County.

 

This is in Grover Beach, CA, or central CA

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The next challenge will be... 2 different bird species mobbing each other. For example, a mockingbird mobbing a crow.

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1 minute ago, BirdNrd said:

The next challenge will be... 2 different bird species mobbing each other. For example, a mockingbird mobbing a crow.

Only if I had my camera next to me. There is a Crow mobbing a Red-shoulderd out the window right now.

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