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This is the second time that I’ve seen this bird in our yard, but the first time it was anywhere near close enough to get a picture with any detail. Do any of you know what kind of bird this is?
Thanks for any help with identifying this bird.
Have a blessed day, y’all!
UPDATE: We now have an identification on this bird, thanks to Barbara over at Teleportingweena. It is an Ash Throated Flycatcher. Thank you, Barbara!
- I have googled _________________________.
- I have__________________________ on Ebay.
- I think ________________________________.
- ______________ thinks __________________.
Here are my responses:
I have googled all sorts of things over the years. Most recently I have looked for definitions of words, information about bird eggs, bird identifications, how to create a backyard habitat, and how to make hashbrowns.
I have researched real estate on Ebay. Not that we’ll ever be able to afford it, but it is fun looking anyway.
I think…a lot of things! I think our new little baby birds look like little punk rock aliens. I am wondering if they really are baby wrens or if someone else put their eggs in there when the wren wasn’t looking. One of them looks like it has a wild mohawk hairdo.
David thinks making YouTube videos is fun. How about helping a guy out and subscribing to his YouTube channel? We’re 8 days away from his stroke-iversary. Wouldn’t it be wonderful for him to have lots of new watchers to help him celebrate a year of recovery and survival? It would mean the world to me if you all subscribed to his channel. Click here to visit his YouTube channel: David McClendon Thank you!