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Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Yesterday, 03:46
Replies: 3
Views: 113
Posted By fugl
Dto

Dto
Forum: Conservation Friday 14th December 2018, 00:45
Replies: 539
Views: 82,949
Posted By fugl
Another potential funding source for the...

Another potential funding source for the progressive agenda: Forcing the financial elites (including, of course, Dumbo and his awful family) to pay their fair shares. ....
Forum: Conservation Friday 14th December 2018, 00:28
Replies: 23
Views: 519
Posted By fugl
A detail—along with others—to be worked out. ...

A detail—along with others—to be worked out. Shouldn’t be all that difficult to come up with something that ensures birders and bird photographers (the overlap, alas, is only partial!) pay their...
Forum: Conservation Friday 14th December 2018, 00:00
Replies: 23
Views: 519
Posted By fugl
As a life-long bird watcher (and non-hunter) I’ve...

As a life-long bird watcher (and non-hunter) I’ve no objection at all to a Birder stamp on the Duck stamp model. In fact, I would welcome such a thing—the more money coming in for habitat...
Forum: Conservation Thursday 13th December 2018, 17:11
Replies: 539
Views: 82,949
Posted By fugl
A long well-written conspectus of the effects of...

A long well-written conspectus of the effects of AGW, now and in the future—

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/11/26/how-extreme-weather-is-shrinking-the-planet
Forum: Conservation Thursday 13th December 2018, 03:40
Replies: 539
Views: 82,949
Posted By fugl
The US among the least heavily taxed advanced...

The US among the least heavily taxed advanced economies—

https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/countries-with-the-highest-taxes-in-the-world.html
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Thursday 13th December 2018, 02:08
Replies: 8
Views: 287
Posted By fugl
Redtail—note the belly band.

Redtail—note the belly band.
Forum: Conservation Tuesday 11th December 2018, 21:09
Replies: 539
Views: 82,949
Posted By fugl
Indeed. And, of course, the US being a...

Indeed. And, of course, the US being a comparatively lightly taxed country, there’s
even more slack in the tax code.
Forum: Conservation Tuesday 11th December 2018, 18:38
Replies: 539
Views: 82,949
Posted By fugl
Where on earth did you get that idea from? Other...

Where on earth did you get that idea from? Other countries have successfully enacted progressive agendas, why shouldn’t we?
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Monday 10th December 2018, 21:50
Replies: 4
Views: 216
Posted By fugl
Woodcock

Woodcock
Forum: Conservation Monday 10th December 2018, 03:16
Replies: 1,434
Views: 88,949
Posted By fugl
In the meantime, what are you doing about your...

In the meantime, what are you doing about your phone? Keeping it and risk getting your brains scrambled and sperm count reduced or playing it safe and getting rid of it?
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Sunday 9th December 2018, 23:34
Replies: 6
Views: 226
Posted By fugl
I donít see it as a problem. In cases such as...

I donít see it as a problem. In cases such as this, structural characteristics such as bill size and shape trump minor plumage abnormalities.
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Sunday 9th December 2018, 19:34
Replies: 2
Views: 230
Posted By fugl
Great Horned Owl. Your description of the call is...

Great Horned Owl. Your description of the call is spot on.
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Sunday 9th December 2018, 02:06
Replies: 6
Views: 226
Posted By fugl
Bald, I would say, given the bill...

Bald, I would say, given the bill characteristics. . ..
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Friday 7th December 2018, 21:17
Replies: 21
Views: 702
Posted By fugl
Bingo, the Maine Great Black Hawk, it is! ...

Bingo, the Maine Great Black Hawk, it is! Thought the beak/lores looked odd for Goshawk. . ..
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Friday 7th December 2018, 18:39
Replies: 21
Views: 702
Posted By fugl
Young goshawk. Note the thick legs, whitish...

Young goshawk. Note the thick legs, whitish eyebrow streak, buffy heavily streaked underparts, stocky build.
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Thursday 6th December 2018, 19:18
Replies: 6
Views: 192
Posted By fugl
Not really, male waterfowl being notoriously...

Not really, male waterfowl being notoriously unchoosy in such matters. . .. ;)
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Thursday 6th December 2018, 04:02
Replies: 3
Views: 127
Posted By fugl
Depending on the temperature, either sunbathing...

Depending on the temperature, either sunbathing or fluffed-up against the cold would be my guesses.
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Thursday 6th December 2018, 03:21
Replies: 6
Views: 192
Posted By fugl
Most of the Muscovies found north of Texas and...

Most of the Muscovies found north of Texas and the southeastern states are feral barnyard birds which come in all kinds of colors and can turn up at duck ponds and similar places just about anywhere...
Forum: Garden Birds, Bird Feeding & Nestboxes Wednesday 5th December 2018, 22:55
Replies: 4
Views: 291
Posted By fugl
Leaking, in my experience. An unglazed terra...

Leaking, in my experience. An unglazed terra cotta saucer I bought for a similar purpose some years ago proved useless since it only held water for an hour or two.
Forum: Conservation Wednesday 5th December 2018, 19:16
Replies: 1,434
Views: 88,949
Posted By fugl
Nothing to apologize for. Your original post is...

Nothing to apologize for. Your original post is perfectly clear in its intent and I’m at a loss to know how anyone could fail to grasp it. And I agree with you, PH has a conspiracy theory for every...
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Wednesday 5th December 2018, 17:37
Replies: 9
Views: 260
Posted By fugl
Thatís because of the angle. Cooperís (and...

Thatís because of the angle. Cooperís (and Sharpie) legs are laterally compressed.
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Wednesday 5th December 2018, 00:04
Replies: 6
Views: 247
Posted By fugl
Drake domestic Mallard

Drake domestic Mallard
Forum: Conservation Tuesday 4th December 2018, 19:58
Replies: 539
Views: 82,949
Posted By fugl
Dark...

Dark...
Forum: Conservation Tuesday 4th December 2018, 19:33
Replies: 539
Views: 82,949
Posted By fugl
Thanks for the link—made interesting reading as...

Thanks for the link—made interesting reading as another illustration of how very complex the whole business is.
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