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Topic # 230319 18-Feb-2018 20:41
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The following bird flew into our house & Parked itself by a window. Before we scooted it out we took a picture as we were not sure what kind of bird it was. Any ornithologist you have any idea? Thanks





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It's a waxeye.  




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  Reply # 1960061 18-Feb-2018 20:50
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Thanks. I knew despite this forum being for tech people someone would know. It just shows that we're not just all nerds here :-)




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  Reply # 1960117 19-Feb-2018 08:16
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... and the trouble with waxeyes is that they are *hopeless* at staying out of reach of cats.


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  Reply # 1960121 19-Feb-2018 08:33
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We get those by the dozen on our place. Come get some if you need any more!





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  Reply # 1960124 19-Feb-2018 09:01
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Was going to say we've got a lot of Tuis up for grabs..... but then thought about it, and haven't actually seen that many lately. Guess that hawk that's moved into the area has scared them off.

 

Is a little unusual (IMO) to see a hawk move into suburbia by the ocean. But this one has done it.

 

 





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My cat used to catch those :(. Waxeye. 





 


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  Reply # 1960152 19-Feb-2018 09:22
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This leucistic waxeye came to our bird feeder a couple of winters ago.  Very pretty IMO.

 

 

 

 


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