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    That scarlet tanager is beautiful. Speaking of bright birds, I saw an Indigo Bunting for the first time yesterday. He didn’t light anywhere long enough to get a pic
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    Beautiful birds
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    Pretty birds
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    Amazing!!
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    ever get any ospreys or bals eagled. talk about majestic birds.
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    I have plenty of Osprey and Eagle pictures Treestandman

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    Magnolia Warbler
    American Redstart
    Scarlet Tanager
    White Throated Sparrow
    Yellow Warbler

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    family friends have hunnimg birds already, blue jays ate the robins though. mother nature is cruel at times. my buddy has a starling follow him around the yards and lands on his shoulder. he says its a youngster. i wonder if somehow he imprinted on it and it thinks of him as big daddy. he feeds it worms by hand.

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