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who will it be ??? my money is on Joanne of PA..

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Mar 25, 2014
 
I have had robins in the tree in the front yard eating the little red berries on it for 2 months now.
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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
I have had robins in the tree in the front yard eating the little red berries on it for 2 months now.
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huuuuuuuuum I'm a city dweller so when I see one it is about May

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
I have had robins in the tree in the front yard eating the little red berries on it for 2 months now.
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I saw American Robins hopping around my 'hood about 3-4 weeks ago in a "warm" patch we had.

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Mar 25, 2014
 
See 'em year-round down here in Virginy.

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Talk about Robins, and a coo-coo bird appears. LoL.

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Mar 25, 2014
 
tallyho wrote:
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huuuuuuuuum I'm a city dweller so when I see one it is about May
Spring's-a-commin' don't worry.. The Canada geese are starting to fly overhead in droves. Robins will be poppin' their heads soon.

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I ate at Red Robin's once!

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I ate at Red Robin's once!
right after eating, did you go YUMMM ?

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drove 14 miles out of my way for my ex.Baskin/Robin
[7mis one way]

31 flavors and she ordered Vanilla

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I have approximately 70 Ringneck ducks on the lake at present not counting Mallards and Canadian geese - 100 water birds.
http://c3405147.r47.cf0.rackcdn.com/waterfowl...
Ringneck stop-overs, Canada bound
http://i1.treknature.com/photos/1281/mallards...
Mallards - here for the summer. They've been coming back since I built the lake in '98. Usually 2 couples but their kids come to visit some.
http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/medi...
Canadian Geese, 2 couples also, they'll lay 12 eggs then start setting on them til they hatch, also regulars
http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/PHOTO/LARG...
Pile-billed Grebe, just 1, mate will arrive later ('i' hope), annual visitor also
We're on a 1st name basis and I feed those that summer with me,
'we' can talk to each other also. They understand the "CALL" for Foods out! perfectly. I'll feed them on the island to keep them from coming up behind the house - Goose shite and me don't get it!
The mallards and geese eat together while I'm feeding them, when I leave the geese takeover. Damn Bullies!
When the young come I feed them (Starter & Grower) and they mature twice as fast.
Mommy & Daddy are at 1st jealious of 'me' but they get use to it,'i'
distract them by giving them some of baby's feed, but the little ones can get in under wire rings I set up to keep the adults out.

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FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Spring's-a-commin' don't worry.. The Canada geese are starting to fly overhead in droves. Robins will be poppin' their heads soon.
I'm between the fly ways here so rare to see the geese .. lost of ducks on the river though ...

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Mar 25, 2014
 
What are Flyways?

A flyway is a pathway used by migratory birds and insects. Birds tend to take predictable routes to get from the winter feeding grounds to the summer breeding grounds and back. Flyways usually occur along coastlines, major rivers and near mountains. Conservationists can help threatened bird and butterfly populations by protecting habitat along major migratory flyways.
The United States has four main migratory flyways:
Waterfowler's Guide to Global Warming - Flyways Map

Pacific Flyway – Along the Pacific coast, west of the Rocky Mountains

Central Flyway – Over the Great Plains, east of the Rocky Mountains

Mississippi Flyway – Along the Mississippi River.

Atlantic Flyway – Along the Atlantic coast.

A great way to help birds and butterflies migrate is by building a Certified Wildlife Habitat®
Did that! 40 acres of it!
Build it and they will come

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here: on two/radio send a car to Andrews/State streets
mother duck trying to lead her babies across street , a minute later .. never mind Federal guards are escorting duck and brood ....
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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
I have approximately 70 Ringneck ducks on the lake at present not counting Mallards and Canadian geese - 100 water birds.
http://c3405147.r47.cf0.rackcdn.com/waterfowl...
Ringneck stop-overs, Canada bound
http://i1.treknature.com/photos/1281/mallards...
Mallards - here for the summer. They've been coming back since I built the lake in '98. Usually 2 couples but their kids come to visit some.
http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/medi...
Canadian Geese, 2 couples also, they'll lay 12 eggs then start setting on them til they hatch, also regulars
http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/PHOTO/LARG...
Pile-billed Grebe, just 1, mate will arrive later ('i' hope), annual visitor also
We're on a 1st name basis and I feed those that summer with me,
'we' can talk to each other also. They understand the "CALL" for Foods out! perfectly. I'll feed them on the island to keep them from coming up behind the house - Goose shite and me don't get it!
The mallards and geese eat together while I'm feeding them, when I leave the geese takeover. Damn Bullies!
When the young come I feed them (Starter & Grower) and they mature twice as fast.
Mommy & Daddy are at 1st jealious of 'me' but they get use to it,'i'
distract them by giving them some of baby's feed, but the little ones can get in under wire rings I set up to keep the adults out.
Whatever you do, don't mention
the word OBAMA.. or they'll all fly away:)

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tallyho wrote:
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I'm between the fly ways here so rare to see the geese .. lost of ducks on the river though ...
See all the time flying over head. On the River and back at Irondequoit Bay a couple weeks ago.
Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River are both part of the fly-ways.

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Mar 25, 2014
 
Deer Whisperer wrote:
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right after eating, did you go YUMMM ?
Yes, but it was more like YUMMMMM!

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
I have approximately 70 Ringneck ducks on the lake at present not counting Mallards and Canadian geese - 100 water birds.
http://c3405147.r47.cf0.rackcdn.com/waterfowl...
Ringneck stop-overs, Canada bound
http://i1.treknature.com/photos/1281/mallards...
Mallards - here for the summer. They've been coming back since I built the lake in '98. Usually 2 couples but their kids come to visit some.
http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/medi...
Canadian Geese, 2 couples also, they'll lay 12 eggs then start setting on them til they hatch, also regulars
http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/PHOTO/LARG...
Pile-billed Grebe, just 1, mate will arrive later ('i' hope), annual visitor also
We're on a 1st name basis and I feed those that summer with me,
'we' can talk to each other also. They understand the "CALL" for Foods out! perfectly. I'll feed them on the island to keep them from coming up behind the house - Goose shite and me don't get it!
The mallards and geese eat together while I'm feeding them, when I leave the geese takeover. Damn Bullies!
When the young come I feed them (Starter & Grower) and they mature twice as fast.
Mommy & Daddy are at 1st jealious of 'me' but they get use to it,'i'
distract them by giving them some of baby's feed, but the little ones can get in under wire rings I set up to keep the adults out.
They're Canada Geese not Canadian Geese. Just sayin'.

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Mar 25, 2014
 
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>They're Canada Geese not Canadian Geese. Just sayin'.
last one I saw was called cooked goose ...out Hamlin way many years ago ..seen an eagle stand over a duck chopping away ...

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tallyho wrote:
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last one I saw was called cooked goose ...out Hamlin way many years ago ..seen an eagle stand over a duck chopping away ...
I'm outside most of the day. They come overhead. Only takes a minute or two for them to fly by.
Robin's will be seen very soon.

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