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Dragon Hill

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Well, there is definitely a pecking order (pun intended) among birds. Size is a factor I'm sure, but not always. In my yard, nothing messes with the Blue Jays, except the crows. They are the biggest bullies of all. They even harass the hawks.
 

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Well, there is definitely a pecking order (pun intended) among birds. Size is a factor I'm sure, but not always. In my yard, nothing messes with the Blue Jays, except the crows. They are the biggest bullies of all. They even harass the hawks.
Well, that's just Blue Jays being Blue Jays. ;)
 

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A few different little birds. I have a hard time identifying them in my bird book. Maybe migrating. A pretty picture of a cardinal and some little birds splashing. Raccoon, opposum, skunk, and fox nightly cruisers. cardinal pretty.jpgbirds splashing.jpg
 

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When my mother in law was alive she would always gift me with subscriptions to the magazine Birds & Blooms. Between this sweet thread and your garden thread it has brought back those good memories!
 

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When my mother in law was alive she would always gift me with subscriptions to the magazine Birds & Blooms. Between this sweet thread and your garden thread it has brought back those good memories!
I like to look at that magazine. And I used to be in a bird group, but I got a little tired of the professional photos. I think the trail camera is more interesting. Some good shots of the horses drinking and dribbling, but I deleted them by mistake.
 

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Okay, bird folk, look what the camera picked up this week in the bird bathMarch birds 2.jpgMarch birds.jpgMarch birds 3.jpg. Are these cedar wax wings? And what is the pretty, single bird?
 

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To me that looks like another deer - the eyes are far apart and I can see a deer-shaped outline and an ear, I think! If it's not another deer it's awfully big, yikes!
 

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To me that looks like another deer - the eyes are far apart and I can see a deer-shaped outline and an ear, I think! If it's not another deer it's awfully big, yikes!
Same, either that or Bigfoot! ;)
 

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