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She's big enough to see bird pics. It's not like you have nekkid birds here. She likes looking at pictures of the birds. She also likes to bird watch in general.

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I don't know quite how old she is, I thought she might pound the keyboard with her fist, or run screaming because she saw the snake in the hawks talons.


Cool then, show her the birds we got. I bet she thinks Oklahoma is cool after seeing them pictures.


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[QUOTE]Whidden said this in post #1 :
Nikki's review of birds. Nik will turn 5 in June.


Female Cardinal. These are my favorite. The coloring on them is just brilliant. The Orange of the beak is extraordinary.


Nikki"Great"




Male Carninal. Bright red, very pleasing bird to look at.

"It's too red like"





Downy Woodpecker . I got a few of these guys, they are awesome. Mine have a bigger section of red on their head than this one, more poofy.



"perfect"




Bluejay . They are loud and obnoxious, but still fun birds to see.



"beauty"





Eastern Bluebird . My second favorite bird. Absolutley stunning colors. We have quite a few of these.


"that one looks pretty"






Tufted Titmouse . These guys don't have the best coloring, but still neato birds. the second most common in the yard.



"this one looks pecky"






Blackcap Chickadee . I love the black cap. This is our most common bird here. the biggest eater of the feed we put out.


"that one is kind of shady and fluffy"





Purple Finch
Very cool looking bird. but it's red, not purple.


"great"




Starling. This is that black bird that migrates and fills the yard with 100's at one time. I didn't see any today. They infest the yard and make a lot of noise. A lot of fun.

"rainbowish"


I got some Kildeer . They aint much to look at. They dive bomb you in the yard and make noise.








Red Headed Woodpecker
I seen this fellow a few times.


"This one is Pecky"





Robin
Big birds! All the other birds cruise off when they fly up.







Crow
They never hit the feeders, just hang out on the edge of the land and crow a lot.


loud




Black Throated Green Warbler
Man, this dude was awesome!!! The yellow was neato.


handsome
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Ingenius.



shady and fluffy, pecky, rainbowish. At five years old, all I could say was "hungry" and "bathroom".



The Cardinal does look to mean and too reddish in that pic, but in real life, they are really neato.

I found another pic of one. More fluffy.


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I loved Nikki's review on the birds!! Isn't is absolutely wonderful when we look at the world, in any capacity, through the eyes of a child?

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My favorite was the crow, and she said "loud".

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We have crows that hang out at the elementary school. They are very loud.

Dave the last cardinal that you posted her comment is "well it looks burning". LMAO


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I bet it would burn pretty good, then it would be like Red KFC.

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I updated the first post, added the white crowned sparrow I saw a few weeks back. Also I'm out in the yard today, working on a fence I'm putting up for the dogs, and I finally seen the red winged blackbird.

He is very easy to spot when he is around, the red on his wings is so bright. Actually it's almost an oarnge color.


Also, I added a list for what I have seen off the home site, at work, or in other Okie towns. I was out in Pawnee two years ago and saw a road runner.

At work, I saw a bunch of Geese flying overhead. Things like that. At the trailer park, when we lived there, I saw a Large Woodpecker, also we had hummingbirds, so I added them to the extra list. I did not add the hummingbirds, as I don't remember what kind they were.

I got a feeder up now, so I will just wait till some show up and see what they are.

The Woodpecker is not listed on the Birds of Oklahoma website, but I looked it up, and it's range does extend to Tulsa. That guy that does the site is over on the other side of Oklahoma City, and it's more western out there, dry country, so maybe that's why it's not on his list.

It was a Pileated Woodpecker and gigantic. Bigger than a crow. When it hit the tree wood, it made a big sound, like if you hit it with a hammer.

These downy woodpeckers we have, are smallish, and eat regular seed, I hear them rat a tat, tatting on the trees rarely, but it's a small sound.




Red Winged Blackbird.



White Crowned Sparrow.





Road Runner.









Canada Goose.




Pileated Woodpecker


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Ive seen one of these hunting the pomegranate tree in my backyard two days in a row now http://greennature.com/gallery/falc...peregrinefalcon

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I just get boring normal birds in my back garden but last year I wen up to the Highlands and saw two Golden eagles and I think they are the most beautiful birds I have ever seen.

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Ive seen one of these hunting the pomegranate tree in my backyard two days in a row now http://greennature.com/gallery/falc...peregrinefalcon


those are those birds that land on your arm and hunt for you. Roland had one in the Dark Tower books.


Pretty awesome.


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I just get boring normal birds in my back garden but last year I wen up to the Highlands and saw two Golden eagles and I think they are the most beautiful birds I have ever seen.


I never understood why Eagles were so cool, till I saw one in real life, vs the t.v.

It was down in Florida, it had a nest on top of a very tall telephone poll. The thing was huge. Amazing how big that bird was. And the white on it's head was just pure white, had to describe how neat it was.


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aight, I have seen 3 new birds in the last few weeks.


One took me a long time to figure out, it looked red while flying, but when landing it, looked more brownish. I have a bunch of them in the back yard, down in a thicket of weed trees. After hours of INTERNET searching, found out they are a

Brown Thrasher





The second one made me very happy, saw it last weekend, a hummingbird finally hit the feeder I put out. It stayed about 1 minute, then took off. Have not see it since, but at least now I know there is at least one hummingbird using the feeder. Small little birds!

Ruby Throated Hummingbird




And yesterday, while mowing the lawn, a bird flew by and it was the most brightest Orange in the world. With a Black top. Very dazzling.

I had a few beers in me, so I doubted myself. Thankfully, today, sitting out in the swing while the dogs were running around, it flew by again. I'm glad I saw it the second time. This is my first orange bird.

Now, Robins and Eastern Bluebirds have a orange breast, but it's a dull brownish Orange. This guy was super bright Orange. I looked it up, and I'm about 90% sure it's a Baltimore Oriole. Though I didn't see the head real good, and it could have been a hooded Oriole. Anyhow, it made me happy to see it.

Baltimore Oriole


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We get some birds that are bright yellow like that one on the bottom. They have black patches on their sides. Very pretty birds.

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I think they are oriole too. Let me look it up real quick.


this is a black hooded oriole. Man, that's neato.


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We went to the zoo yesterday. They have lots of peahens and peacocks running loose all over the place. We saw a hen with 3 little chicks, one of the staff was feeding them so you could get just a couple of feet away. On the other side of the zoo we saw a peacock walking down the sidewalk. Damon imitated his call and the thing walked right up to him. It got about a yard from him,cocked its head sideways like it was trying to figure out what that thing is (they dont call em bird brains for nothing), and after a couple of minutes walked away. There must have been 20 tourists standing around taking pictures of the whole thing, it was awesome

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post #48  quote:

That's really cool, Ron. Did you guys get pictures of that?

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We pretty much never bring a camera since we go like once a week

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Sandy saw this woodpecker out the window today and asked me what it was. I look at it with the binocs for awhile, then searched and it was a Northern Flicker, which is a ant eating woodpecker.




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Might as well update. On tuesday we sat outside, and saw a rufous hummingbird hitting the honey suckle vines on top of a cedar.

I put a feeder down there today.


Also, about a month ago, I thought I saw the Red Headed Woodpecker again and was able to get closer, and not all of his head was pure red. I got a good look at him, and it was red bellied woodpecker. So I removed the red headed from the first post.

Also, in hindsight, that black throated green warbler was really just a Female Golden Finch, so I erased him.







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Saw the Northern Flicker again today several times. Really is a wonderful bird.



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Nikki quotes for the last four pics.

#1 That's a pecker

#2 that's a baby pecker bird

#3 it's an old pecker bird

#4 it's a grandfather wood pecker who is one year old


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Now I will always think of the Northern Flicker as the "Grandfather WoodPecker that is one year old".

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Are they all 'peckers' to her? That was so classic.

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Dave, I saw something on the news a couple days ago, about a new bird found, in Columbia. Did you see this?



This undated photo shows a new bird that has been discovered in a previously unexplored Andean cloud forest, conservation groups have announced, Bogota, Colombia, Monday, Oct. 9, 2006. The bright yellow and red-crowned Yariguies brush-finch was named for the indigenous tribe that once inhabited the mountainous area where it was discovered and which committed mass suicide instead of submitting to Spanish colonial rule. (AP Photo/ Blanca Huertas)


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Colorful New Bird Found in Colombia

By LAUREN DAKE

BOGOTA, Colombia Oct 9, 2006 (AP)? A colorful bird new to science has been discovered in a remote Andean cloud forest, spurring efforts to protect the area, conservation groups have announced.

The bright yellow and red-crowned Yariguies brush-finch was named for the indigenous tribe that once inhabited the mountainous area where it was discovered and which committed mass suicide instead of submitting to Spanish colonial rule.

The discovery, published in the Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, comes at a crucial time for conservationists. Thanks in part to the discovery, the government has decided to set aside 500 acres of the pristine cloud forest where it lives to create a national park.

Yves De Soye, of U.K.-based Birdlife International, a conservation group, said "such discoveries are very important calling attention to unprotected, vulnerable areas."

The small bird can be distinguished from its closest relative by its solid black back and the lack of white marks on its wings.

"The bird was discovered in what is the last remnants of cloud forest in that region," Camila Gomez, of the Colombia conservation group ProAves, said on Monday. "There are still lots of undiscovered flora and fauna species that live in the area."

"There are about two new birds found in the world every year," Thomas Donegan, the British half of an Anglo-Colombian research duo which discovered the bird, told The Associated Press on Monday. "It's a very rare event."

To access the bird's isolated habitat, Donegan and partner Blanca Huertas regularly hiked 12 hours into the nearly impenetrable jungle, depending on helicopters to drop off supplies at mountain peaks 10,000 feet above sea level.

"We first went to Yariguies about three years ago," Donegan said. "It's a huge patch of isolated forest that no one knew about, not even in Colombia."

The new finch, the size of a fist, is native to Colombia's eastern Andean range and considered by its discoverers to be near threatened and in need of close monitoring to prevent it winding up on a list of about 100 bird species endangered in Colombia.

One of the two birds caught by the team was released unharmed after they took pictures and DNA samples, while the other died in captivity.

Donegan said this is the first time researchers were able to confirm a new bird without having to kill it.

The last new bird discovery in Colombia was a Tapaculos species found in the south last year.

With as many as 1,865 different species, Colombia has long been considered a bird watchers' paradise, albeit a risky one because of the country's four-decade-old civil war and drug trafficking.

In 1998, rebels kidnapped four American bird watchers who were later found unharmed.


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I did a thread on it, and had pics of the birds and the mammals and articles, the whole nine yards, and I have no idea where I put or where it wound up.

I don't even remember the name of the thread, or else I would search for it.


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Oh, well then, I guess that you should make another!

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