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  1. Sparrow?

    Is there a Raptor rehab place near you? They make good hawk food if you're inclined to go that route...
  2. Phillip Davis

    A few years ago I bought this through Amazon for my Canon 100-400 lens. OP/TECH USA 1301412 Lens Loops - System Connectors https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00I2OJ99Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I have never tried it and I don't even know where I put it, but it looks like what you might be looking for.
  3. flying squirrels

    What a cutie! I should edit my comment to say "usually" restricted to higher elevations.
  4. flying squirrels

    Gray squirrels come in black but is it not that common. maybe it was a Fox Squirrels? They are larger and more likely to have black or reddish fur or even a combination of color morphs. Flying squirrels are restricted to the higher mountain ranges.
  5. Attracting birds

    Birds also like cover. They want to feel safe and have a place to escape if there is danger. If you can plant some shrubs and small trees for them to use as a staging area that would help.
  6. A few days ago at Hilton Head
  7. A few shorebirds that I need confirmation 1. Elegant Tern? 2. Forster's Tern 3. Unknown??? thanks!
  8. please don't make me change my ebird list

    A Swainson's would be a lifer, so not too sorry thanks!
  9. I am hoping this is a Wood Thrush.
  10. Holes in bottom of thistle sock

    Is it where a squirrel can reach? I have had those pesky little devils rip holes in mine...
  11. Her birding days are over,

    Thank you for sharing this very personal story. May you find solace in the many experiences you shared with her. My day job is cancer research so of course I bought one of your books.
  12. Ovenbird on the streets of Baltimore. I was attending a conference for NAEE ( National association of Enviromental Educators)
  13. How to deter Brown-headed Cowbirds

    ^^^ actually - shooting Cowbirds is illegal. just an FYI...
  14. round 2 First egg laid this morning
  15. they love my suet and also my blueberry bushes. I also get them on my feeder eating sunflower chips.
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