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  1. chill6x6

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    It's neat that all the way over in California I can see about 25 of the same species you see about 30 minutes from my house! I need to see California Towhee, black Phoebe, western gull, railway's rail, and California quail!
  2. chill6x6

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Great bird! They are one that winters here. One of the first to get here and one of the last to leave. They have an easy call to recognize...kind of a "squeak." It's a great day birding when I can see all of our woodpeckers here...the sapsucker, hairy, downy, flicker, red bellied, red headed...
  3. chill6x6

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    I'm trying to think if I've EVER seen four "rare" birds in one day. I don't think I have. Three I was kind of expecting to see and one I wasn't. A guy saw some American Avocets YESTERDAY which of course are rare for the area. I gathered up my stuff and headed to the spot. Avocets were not to...
  4. chill6x6

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    WOW what a GREAT day today! Migration is wide open here. Today was one of the best "quality bird" days I've had in a long time. Try 14 species of warblers. Louisiana waterthrush, blackburnian, chestnut sided, yellow rumped, black throated green, pine, palm, northern parula, cerulean, common...
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