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    I disagree with you
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    IT'S LITERALLY IN THE SECOND POST OF THIS THREAD

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    A buddy of mine just had a post on facebook welcoming the white-throated sparrow to NC from Canada as a sign of the fall. I thought this thread would appreciate it.

    Runs with deer.

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    I think Birdman is preparing his Alabama compound for Election Day, hasn't been around.

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    Junior2016!!!!88!!1!!!!
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    Theres all these badass Mexican orange ducks and white egret(?) things in a pond behind my house and I took the boy to feed them bread but they are wild ass ducks that don't understand humans so they won't get close to eat the bread. Nature man. Fuckin a.

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    I was riding my bike and narrowly missed a mockingbird swoop. Those things are fucking killers. There was one on campus that was notorious for dive-bombing peeps, and I almost got scalped one night walking uptown many moons ago.
    Runs with deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinkingWithMyDeac View Post
    I think Birdman is preparing his Alabama compound for Election Day, hasn't been around.
    It's been a shitty week all around on my end.

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    That Cuckoo made it all the way to Somalia last week. The trip from south central India to 300km inland in Somalia amounted to about a 3700km nonstop flight. The bird was caught in July in a wetland park in Beijing, China. Bird migration is fucking amazing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by birdman View Post
    That Cuckoo made it all the way to Somalia last week. The trip from south central India to 300km inland in Somalia amounted to about a 3700km nonstop flight. The bird was caught in July in a wetland park in Beijing, China. Bird migration is fucking amazing.

    This disproves Continental Drift too !

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    46 year old Eurasian Oystercatcher spotted in the Netherlands. It was banded as an adult, breeding bird in 1972, meaning it is at least 46 years old. I banded several American Oystercatchers in Cape lookout in 2001/2002 that are a live and kicking but the oldest is only in the 17 year old range, 46 is really impressive.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/dearkit...therlands/amp/

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    cookout = blabbermouth?
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    Well this is pretty metal


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    Bernie Eskimo Bro
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    DUDE a pelican's yawn is weird AF


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    Whaaaaaaat?
    Runs with deer.

  13. #333
    Sparrows are the worst birds.
    Jack - Baylor 2002, lifelong Wake Fan

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    European Starlings are a close second.
    Jack - Baylor 2002, lifelong Wake Fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bears and Deacs View Post
    Sparrows are the worst birds.
    There's a lot of competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bears and Deacs View Post
    Sparrows are the worst birds.
    There are dozens of species of sparrows in North America, the whole Emberizidae family are considered "sparrows" though some are called Juncos or Towhee. My favorite are Lincoln's Sparrows. I am gonna be you are specifically talking about House Sparrows, which are common in McDonald's parking lots and were introduced from the UK in the 1850's. So, they are an invasive species, but some recent genetics analysis concluded that they have now undergone enough evolution (genetic drift) to be considered a distinct species from their ancestors in Europe.


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    Satin Bower Bird Mating Display:



    Grabbing her by the cloaca might be more effective.

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    At one time the research I was doing in the Galapagos was related to extravagant display specifically because I was enraptured by the idea of bowerbird courtship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChicdeaC View Post
    At one time the research I was doing in the Galapagos was related to extravagant display specifically because I was enraptured by the idea of bowerbird courtship.
    Extravagant booby displays are the best.


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    Junior2016!!!!88!!1!!!!
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    I prefer extravagant butt displays but no hate to the boobys either

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