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It flew in yesterday:

 

-Kathy

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Which one?:idunno

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Which one?:idunno

Sorry, my bad, it's the American Coot.

 

-Kathy

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Thanks, have never seen ( or maybe never noticed) them.  

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Thanks, have never seen ( or maybe never noticed) them.  

Never seen one here before.

 

-Kathy

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I dated a fellow ( high school) who told my dad that he hunted and cooked ducks.  He brought some to give to Dad and Dad said they were Coots :sick and not a duck you could eat.

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Ah, the Christmas coot.  That's a handsome one.  My ducks charge en masse any unauthorized critters that come near their pond - sandpipers, squirrels... Pretty funny.  Merry Christmas! I hope 2016 will be filled with happy healthy birds!

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