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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 11:24 am 
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Number 1)


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And finaly number 3)

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Tip: I photoed all of them this year on the Delta in summer. Maybe a start link. Worried to read of pole dancers being there as well. http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRevi ... ulcea.html


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 11:35 pm 
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First one if a Kingfisher with a makeover ,the second is a white heron ,and the third is a woodcock with a respray!1 Nice pics Dan!

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oviously the first 1 is a yuk yuk the secont is the large gray ook and the third it a pilula

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No 2 could be an Egret but don't know the others

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Is no 2 a sort of stork? I've got a stork but have nowhere to put it. :cry: :cry: Can anyone help me find a home for my stork?

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Tis an egret ya ijiot. :lol:


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Heron of some sort, egret, ibis ?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 1:51 am 
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A few easy ones from our farm this summer:

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middle one looks like a cross between a duck and a coot - is that called a Kook? Top ones look a bit like Avocets (?)

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Is the bottom one some kind of Teal?

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Very good, American Avocet, American coot and Blue wing Teal. Those were the only Avocets I've ever seen here.


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McFarmer wrote:
Very good, American Avocet, American coot and Blue wing Teal. Those were the only Avocets I've ever seen here.


Have you seen my stork?

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Very good, American Avocet, American coot and Blue wing Teal. Those were the only Avocets I've ever seen here.


Have you seen my stork?


Any storks coming around here better not be bearing packages or they will be christened with my 12 ga. We've had enough of that thank-you.


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McFarmer wrote:
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Very good, American Avocet, American coot and Blue wing Teal. Those were the only Avocets I've ever seen here.


Have you seen my stork?


Any storks coming around here better not be bearing packages or they will be christened with my 12 ga. We've had enough of that thank-you.


Why is that? Do they produce a lot of shyte?

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Fat Hill wrote:
McFarmer wrote:
Fat Hill wrote:
McFarmer wrote:
Very good, American Avocet, American coot and Blue wing Teal. Those were the only Avocets I've ever seen here.


Have you seen my stork?


Any storks coming around here better not be bearing packages or they will be christened with my 12 ga. We've had enough of that thank-you.


Why is that? Do they produce a lot of shyte?


Thanks Mcfarmer I have just got bongos joke about storks. Sorry Bongo.


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