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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

Re: Who's counting the birds?


@SharkE wrote:

@fthunt wrote:

@SharkE How it's done......1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-.................................................1,000

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Your turn............


you ever watch Hitchcock's 'Birds' ? noisy and messy.


@SharkE Come to western Oklahoma and you can count bats!  They show up on radar in the evening when they fly out of their caves!  

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Re: Who's counting the birds?

We have been to Cornell several times. Much to learn.

 

Funny we went to the Feed Store today to buy more bags of bird seed, peanuts and a variety of suet holders. We laugh that we are paying more in bird seed than we ever did when we bought dog food.

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Re: Who's counting the birds?


@Sooner wrote:

@SharkE wrote:

@fthunt wrote:

@SharkE How it's done......1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-.................................................1,000

..............................................................................

...........1,025 1,026

 

Your turn............


you ever watch Hitchcock's 'Birds' ? noisy and messy.


@SharkE Come to western Oklahoma and you can count bats!  They show up on radar in the evening when they fly out of their caves!  


Yikes ! don't want no bats !

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Re: Who's counting the birds?

I belong to the Cornell lab .  I get all their info and newsletters.   Anyone can count the birds if you sign up and know how. They assign you a small area, it pretty interesting.  But I thought in some areas it was over, or in the midst.  But could be wrong.  Sign up was a couple months ago.  I haven't done it.  But I enjoy our backyard birds.   I live in California, but if I was around their institute I think it would be fascinating.