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Green Parakeet Eggs

Posted Saturday 19th May 2012 at 21:29 by Urban Birder McAllen
Updated Sunday 20th May 2012 at 00:04 by Urban Birder McAllen
Oh how lovely. We've seen the 'keets fledge from this tree for years, but this is our first ever look at the eggs.

Check it out here

http://birdmecca.posterous.com/tree-...ls-a-surprise#

PLEASE NOTE WE ARE A CORNEL LAB CITIZEN NESTWATCH SITE. Check them out for appropriate nest watching guidelines.
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sadly, it is still happening.........

Posted Saturday 19th May 2012 at 12:02 by coal tit
A pensioner in derbyshire who kept over 100 birds in sub-standard conditions escaped jail after admitting a string of animal welfare offences.
the man pleaded guilty to 34 offences after a rspca investigation caught him in possession of
61 live wild birds, he told the rspca he had been
a bird fancier for over 40 years, had wild birds
such as a redstart, marsh tits, hawfinches, skylarks, nuthatches, whitethroats, wheatears,
and a blackcap. A number of parrots, includeing...
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The Accidental Lister

Posted Saturday 19th May 2012 at 00:52 by Green Sandpiper
Took a walk from home to RSPB Baron's Haugh a few days ago, I've walked the route many times, often enough to know what to expect and where. I had no intention of marking up ticks, having taken a day off I was determiend to enjoy my day's birding for the sake of it.

The weather was good, bright, sunny spells, offering great light for searching canopies for wee brown jobbies. The route itself is about 4 or 5 miles, taking in parts of the River Clyde, plenty of open floodplains, and...
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