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Posted by: atowhee | June 3, 2019

MALHEUR–STILL MORE STILLS

And those stills still resonate, the visions of birds surprising or being where expected, but in bright light, spring plumage and full-throated song…thus is birding near to magic. Here a male Cinnamon Teal refused to leave his roadside ditch at P Ranch, even after we parked twenty feet away and rolled down the windows.ct1 (2)ct2 (2)ct4 (2)

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  1. I took your class at the Community center recently. You might want to check out a professor at Willamette Univ. named Craig who is really into birding. Also since your class I have found an app that will identify the 🐦 if you hold the phone up to hear the 🐦 sing. Thanks 😊

  2. Reblogged this on Wolf's Birding and Bonsai Blog.


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