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    Not sure what this is. It's red, but it doesn't have the black head, so I don't think it's a cardinal. I saw this guy this morning.


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    A couple more from this morning. A duster heading across the valley and a poodle wondering why the air conditioning stopped working:




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    I'd like to contribute to this thread, but the only thing going on in my backyard is magpies eating a dead rabbit. 4th one this year, and counting!

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    Oh, and with the heat, my grass looks like beef. Aka, shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoJoe View Post
    I'd like to contribute to this thread, but the only thing going on in my backyard is magpies eating a dead rabbit. 4th one this year, and counting!
    magpies or maggots?

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    They're actually really pretty birds, but nasty as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoJoe View Post
    They're actually really pretty birds, but nasty as hell.

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    Ahhhh. I guess I can start taking pictures off all the nasty bugs that come along with those nice woods around my house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tned View Post
    Not sure what this is. It's red, but it doesn't have the black head, so I don't think it's a cardinal. I saw this guy this morning.

    My brother (who's a bird guy) says it looks like a Summer Tanager. In season the get real red. Immature adults are not full colored.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tned View Post
    Not sure what this is. It's red, but it doesn't have the black head, so I don't think it's a cardinal. I saw this guy this morning.

    I think it's a red bird T. Almost certain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tned View Post
    Not sure what this is. It's red, but it doesn't have the black head, so I don't think it's a cardinal. I saw this guy this morning.

    I think it's a bird
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