Thursday Piñon Jays

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This is a still taken from a video. There are about 1,000 more of these birds out of sight in a tree.

Just a little something to break the usual rush of events. These are remarkable birds. They usually descend onto feeding platforms in huge flocks, making cries that sound very much like seagulls.

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  • Rita February 1, 2018, 1:44 PM

    Yes I am convinced that birds exist to distract us from ourselves. Thanks to all who feed and water them.

    • JHF February 1, 2018, 7:57 PM

      That would be me! I always put out birdseed because then we, uh, have birds! Every place I’ve ever lived, I feed the birds. Yup. Which means I must also be supporting a vast population of mice, pack rats, squirrels, and raccoons.

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