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    Council Bluffs Iowa
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    faith, birding, anything to do with animals, hanging out with my 10 pets and playing world of tank, traveling, volunterring at the zoo, working at my job, and going to the dentist

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  1. Here's a range map for European Starlings, they are year round residents in Bormont. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/PHOTO/LARGE/stur_vulg_AllAm_map.gif
  2. Red-Shouldered Hawk!
  3. When Orioles nest they feed and eat mainly insects so that's probably why they ignore your jelly and orange's.
  4. It does indeed look like an Eastern Meadowlark! Nice find!
  5. I'm not saying what it is or isn't but a Black Vulture would be rare in Ohio.
  6. Oh goodness, don't start that again!
  7. This is a Domestic Mallard
  8. Happy ( 14th? ) Birthday Drew!
  9. Great report Mel! Congrats on all the lifers
  10. Lol, For a second I thought you were talking about me, because today my family celebrated my birthday early ( real bday is May 25 ) mainly because I got a scope!!! so I can use it now for waterfowl migration and very soon for shorebirds. I'm just so excited, I got to try it out at a local lake and its amazing! no longer do buffleheads look like polka dots. here's the type of scope they got me http://www.cabelas.com/product/Vortex-Viper-HD-Spotting-Scopes/1278878.uts?productVariantId=3758613&WT.tsrc=PPC&WT.mc_id=GoogleProductAds&WT.z_mc_id1=03808654&rid=20&gclid=CI-UwqPA19ICFQgOaQod6KsLiA&gclsrc=aw.ds
  11. Happy Birthday!
  12. I know this is irrelevant to birds but it brought a smile to my face http://www.cartalk.com/content/husband-10
  13. He's way bigger then the Starling he's standing by,( not saying I make ID's by size cause we all know that distance makes size difference ) which would point towards Boat-Tailed, Also the Bill in the 3rd picture looks mighty big for a Common, though the first picture the tail looks more like a Common.
  14. Welcome to Whatbird! This is a leucistic Boat-Tailed Grackle, usually there all shiny black but since this bird is missing color pigments ( hence the white ) it looks different.