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Old 11-16-2017, 09:30 PM
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I have a male Wattle Bird that follows a pair of Magpies that come for a feed at my home.
They wait for me on my rotary clothesline.



The male Wattle Bird has this lovely smudge of yellow coloring on his underbelly.

And just to prove it's not always sunny, here's some shots from today.

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I love it. What interesting critters.
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Very nice.

My wife feeds the hummingbirds and I worry that she's making them a bunch of slackers......

I wonder?
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Very cool avian neighbors. For that matter, haven't seen a "rotary clothesline" since I was a kid....
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Bruce has birdbrained friends!
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Your magpies look a bit different than here in the Rockies
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Your magpies look a bit different than here in the Rockies
Yes, they're quite different KevWind.
I like your picture too - in fact I like all your shots, that fox in the snow of yours is a favorite of mine.

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Thanks for posting more great pictures, Bruce!
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Yes, they're quite different KevWind.
I like your picture too - in fact I like all your shots, that fox in the snow of yours is a favorite of mine.

^^^ That is cool! ^^^
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Yes, they're quite different KevWind.
I like your picture too - in fact I like all your shots, that fox in the snow of yours is a favorite of mine.

Totally cool, I'd name it Max or Maggie
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