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Calling all Canadian Birders

Discussion in 'Flora & Fauna' started by jdlenton, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. jdlenton

    jdlenton Full Member

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    my sister is new to British Colombia having just emigrated there the lucky !£"%"^$£&^ this bird knocked its self out on her window as I'm not familliar with the birds of bc can anyone tell me what it is
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    thanks James
     
  2. stovie

    stovie Need to contact Admin...

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    thanks stovie that looks like the boy


    James
     
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    Pretty little thing...................Jon
     
  5. Fenlander

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    I've seen one of these in the UK a few year ago, when i used to travel around looking at rare birds. Now they come to me.....had a Black Stork (Ciconia nigra) over my garden last Tuesday evening :)
     
  6. jdlenton

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    wow kevin how did he get over here i didn't think storks liked crossing water!!!!!

    yeh john thats exaxtly what i thought when i got the mail this morrning

    James
     
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    There was a southerly wind early last week which would have helped it on it's way. It was seen in Kent the previous day apparently.
     

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