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Guest Post: Backyard Birding Moments pt. 2

This partially leucistic house sparrow is often seen foraging for food with its flock.

Some of the mourning doves have a horrible habit of pooping in the water. 120 more words

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AMERICAN GOLDFINCH, RAGLE SPRINGS

The wild flocks
to spring water, to man’s sweat
and galvanized intrusions.

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Drinking At Ragle Springs

Yesterday, I finished reclaiming our water resources at Ragle Springs, after cementing a galvanized pipe in one of the holes of the concrete tank, constructed, I believe, by Earl Mckee and Lee Maloy who packed cement and sand by mule from the Kaweah River in the 1940s, some 2,500 feet and four miles below. 721 more words

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ALL THAT'S GOLD DOES NOT GLITTER

American Goldfinches are only an occasional visitor to our garden, spring and fall. Most of the time we have Lessers, with an occasional incursion of Siskins during really cold weather. 12 more words

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I See You There

This cute little Goldfinch was keeping a close eye on me when he came down onto the birdbath.

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