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Thanks - we normally don't have very many here.  What caught my attention is that they aren't supposed to be nesting here.  But, he was taking this lunch to another lazuli  he was calling to - to me that suggests nesting. 

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Yes - it's about a half hour east of Seattle on I-90.  It's very close to the Mt. Si Golf Course if you want a reference point.  I can give you detailed information if you decide to come out.  It's in the same area that and indigo bunting has been visiting.

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Better Late than Never!  Here's an unpleasant pic but part of nature (hawk eating another bird)......................

 

 

 

So what are you looking at?  You want half or what?

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Nice action shot of the starling and the berry.  Only question is, why is the berry floating like that?  I guess he flipped it into the air?

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I am disappointed that you did not share the picture of your bird lifting that antelope(?) off the ground.  I assume that the horns would be a little concerning.  Nice shot.

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Poor quality photo but at the distance, I couldn't pass it up. When the Kestral flew off it barely maintained lift but managed to make it a more private comfortable dining table.

KestralLunch.jpg 

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Poor quality photo but at the distance, I couldn't pass it up. When the Kestral flew off it barely maintained lift but managed to make it a more private comfortable dining table.

KestralLunch.jpg

 

**Great shot! 

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