Monday, February 20, 2012

One year...

Has pasted since I started my blog.
Thanks to my Firstborn who helped and inspired me. 
It has been a rewarding experience meeting so many wonder people! 
Now... this is a new bird to me...
Firstborn grandson...do you know what kind of bird this is?
 Variety Tree.... do you know?

17 comments:

  1. And I'm so glad you did...I haven't seen that bird before either.

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  2. wow those beak are long and I bet it's strong too. Haven't seen this birds too.

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  3. Congratulations on 1 year!

    Neat looking bird! I'm sorry I am of no help identifying it.

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  4. long-billed curlew. :)

    and congrats on your 1st blogiversary!!!

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  5. Congratulations!

    What a long bill that bird has!

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  6. I've never seen that bird in Wyoming.

    I'm glad you started your blog and that I was fortunate enough to have found it. Keep posting, and I'll keep reading.

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  7. Yay 1 year anniversary. I'm glad I found you. :)
    That is some beak that bird has.

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  8. I love the world of blog......and I am glad YOU are in mine!!

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  9. Congrats and I haven't seen that bird either.

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  10. Wow, one year already? My how the time flies. You've been such a welcomed addition on my list of blogs I follow, there's no moss growing any where near you now is there? They say a rolling stone doesn't gather any! lol

    Sorry I can't help you out with the birds, I'm having enough fun trying to sort out what's what here in Australia.

    Have a wonderful week and here's to another wonderful and amazing year... where we never know what's going to happen next. :-)

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  11. What an unusual looking bird! Happy one year blog anniversary!

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  12. wow..what a beak!
    congrats on your anniversary!

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  13. It's a kiwi -- a big kiwi -- a huge kiwi. Not a kiwi! ;)

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  14. These are Long Billed Curlew birds. It enjoys a diet of grass hoppers and any other invertebrates its finds. It makes a loud whistling sound that goes to the of: curly! curly! curly! It nests in dry places.

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  15. I knew Texwisgirl would know..that girl knows her birds...cool photos...Happy Anniversary....

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  16. Long-billed curlew...a good name for the way this bird looks.
    Congrats on the one-year anniversary.

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