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Recent content by christopherrobin

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    New England Birding

    Success !!!!!!!! There was a fight over this box between 2 BlueBirds, and a male House Sparrow. I chased them all away and emptied the box of nesting materials. The Blue Birds returned. Hoopefully the HS won't.
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    New England Birding

    JOTN, Hi, We still have the Juncos down here so the "cold" weather is still around. People think I'm "nuts" because I tell them that "spring won't get here until the Juncos leave". But every year I get someone (my wife this year) to finally realize that it's a fact. Warm weather will arrive and...
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    Hawk ID help please. Rhode Island

    RIR, I am in agreement with the juvenile Cooper's Hawk. The one feature that I rely on identifying Hawks on a whole is the tail. Granted , you can't see the tail in your (outstanding, I may add) photos, but I always am comfortable with an I.D. of a raptor if I can see the tail. Length...
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    Dog pack kill alligator in Florida

    H, I must admit that I hesitated for a loooonnnnngggg time before I had the nerve to read your post. I even kinda only looked with 1 eye when I opened the attatchment, ready to look away at an intsant. It is always refreshing, and appreciated to be hoodwinked by a tremendous wit as you have...
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    New England Birding

    JOTN, Here goes... I don't have pics of the Cuckoo, Bobolink, or any good Bluebirds yet C It tells me that the file is too big for the other pics. I have to figure out what to do. C
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    New England Birding

    Spring Migration Hi JOTN, I am from the Mass/RI border just north of Providence. So far, in the North Attleboro/Cumberland area I have seen, and am trying to photograph. . . Eastern Meadowlark ( trying to clean up pic, not a very good one ) Yellow Billed Cuckoo Redwinged Blackbird Bluebirds...
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    New Bird

    Hi, I am excited to join such a facinating group ! I am interested in finding any information regarding bird photography. Particularly "digiscoping " What equipment is required, and reccomended for a starter. Good birding to all ! Chris
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