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LSUCouyon
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ONTHELAKEATDELHI, La.
Member since Oct 2006
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re: Identify this songbird

Just to let you know: I just ordered both books. I especially look forward to seeing the Kaufman book that is edited to highlight key features. I have enjoyed the Petersens but it is tough as there is not much color, it being a small field book and all, aside from also being about 40 years old. Hell, they may have discovered 3-4 new species in that time!
Thanks a bunch. Until moving here about 5 years ago, i had quit birding for a good while, but living on the lake and near Tensas NWR, I have started up again. Many thanks for that post!!


Tigris
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Walmart Parking Lot
Member since Jul 2005
6322 posts

re: Identify this songbird
Kaufman will be a big improvement on Peterson which was the best of its generation. Good luck out with them. Hell at Tensas you could hit the jackpot and find the Ivory-billed Woodpecker again, though that is an extreme longshot.


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: Identify this songbird
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Ivory-billed Woodpecker
he gone


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wickowick
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re: Identify this songbird
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dang wick. .first viszlas now bird watching... what next....


If I remember right someone was on a woodpecker kick for awhile...


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: Identify this songbird
I can't wait to get another Vizsla


PapaPogey
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on top the cage
Member since Apr 2008
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re: Identify this songbird
Still nothing on this bird creeping around my front porch. Looks like your common black bird


Colt M4A1
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re: Identify this songbird
5 page thread about a bird


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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
39018 posts

re: Identify this songbird
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Still nothing on this bird creeping around my front porch. Looks like your common black bird
It's a swallow


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AUTimbo
Member since Sep 2011
827 posts

re: Identify this songbird
A starling perhaps?

Little known fact. Noah intentionally had every bird species but a starling.
They made it to the New World anyway..... sorry, worthless bastages.


jeffsdad
Member since Mar 2007
3930 posts

re: Identify this songbird
Since this is about birds.....Yesterday saw my first bald eagle just west of Alex. Spent alot of time in the woods etc., but this was my first. Sucker was about 75 feet up flying over the Hwy to Leesville....huge and beautiful!!


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PapaPogey
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on top the cage
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27307 posts

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starling perhaps


Gotta be


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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Very possible. Any spots?


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