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Backyard Glory Pumpkin Shaped Fall Suet & Seed Bird Feeder Durable Outdoor NEW Shop now $22.81
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Bird Feeder Squirrel Proof Wild Garden Patio Backyard Hanging Decorative Outdoor Free Postage $10.69
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MarDays 28 May 17
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NatureCutsTags Oct 22
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Hannah Scharf Jan 10
I caught two Northern Flickers doing the "flicker dance" aka the "wicka dance" the other day!
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Michael Davis Nov 21
It's been a great week for watching. Cooper's Hawk, American Robin, California Quail and Cedar Waxwings.
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TheBarnStop May 9
Outside my window. What kind of bird is it?
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Patrick Pearce 19 May 18
Scooter returns! Haven’t seen him in several weeks. Came right over for a few mealworms, so no doubt it’s Scooter and not a new visitor. Occasional Greater Roadrunner
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Holly Parsons 29 Mar 16
Backyard birds on display in some beautiful art at the Royal Easter Show
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Don Mroczkowski 31 Jul 18
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Magpies of Edmonton Jul 25
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Audubon Society 9 Feb 12
What do you know about today's , the black-capped chickadee? Take this quiz to find out:
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Piper Doak 4 Jan 16
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Dave Rudkin 8 Apr 17
chronicles continue - after the usual visits by our resident Downys, the Hairy Woodpecker decided to drop by for some suet!
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Pauline Andrée 3 Oct 18
Replying to @BirdlifeOz
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Dawn 8 Jun 16
And now for something completely different: red-bellied woodpecker.
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Yvonne 13 Mar 15
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Holly Parsons Jun 6
Winter is, well, here. This long weekend make a hot cup of tea, grab a warm blanket and take 20 mins and do a Birds in Backyards Winter survey. Help us understand our Aussie gardens and the birds that visit them
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Pauline Andrée 3 Oct 18
Replying to @BirdlifeOz
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Krishivarada 18 Jan 16
Common Oriental Magpie Robin in our garden - feeds on
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