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starling and the grackle

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It is a bird feeder that feeds a community … black, brown and gray squirrels, mourning doves, sparrows, grackles, starlings, a mating pair of cardinals and I’ve even seen a blue jay hovering about. All bigger than this little fellow who patiently waits in the branches of the neighbor’s tall tree and waits for its moment to feed.

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I finally see the birds making all the sounds by the river.

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I’ve been reading that grackles can be very domineering birds so maybe that’s why when I walk by the river and I see grackles everywhere I don’t see many other smaller species of birds around. I know that I’ve seen them for years but for some reason the iridescence of their feathers is especially catching my eye this year.

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a swan

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I couldn’t quite capture the two red birds sitting on the white branch of the birch but I was happy to capture these winged creatures with┬átheir various hues.

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A curious little bird by the Charles River. When I passed it the first time, and even moved in close, it did not fly away. And when I returned along the same path, there it remained ready for its next close up.

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