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    Ended Official BYC Mini-Contest - What’s Your Hobby

    3. I'm a lazy birder. If birds show up in my yard, I'll watch them.
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    Ended Official BYC Mini-Contest - What’s Your Hobby

    2. I'm an armature vulture whisperer, and I hone my skills while volunteering at the local nature center.
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    Ended Official BYC Mini-Contest - What’s Your Hobby

    1. I spy on my eagle neighbors and pretend I am a conservation biologist or ethologist.
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    Ended Official BYC Mini-Contest - Fancy Feathered Fellas Photo Contest

    Mr. Peabody says he doesn't always have to show off his tail.
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    Picture thread of my hens!

    Love all the photos, especially priceless Penny!
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    Picture thread of my hens!

    I haven't been on BYC site in a while, because I haven't been getting email updates for my subscribed threads like this one. I'm so sorry you lost PL. Has the flock acted much differently since the passing of their beneficent leader? Your duckling photos make me smile as usual :)
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    BALD EAGLES NESTING ON MY PROPERTY

    The three eagles have been hanging around another tree across the wetland from my house. My neighbors have seen them working on a new nest. Although it is unlikely that eggs will be laid this late in the season, this could be a start on their nest for next year's season. A few of my neighbors...
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    Picture thread of my hens!

    Lovely photos of ducks galore and chickens, too. I'm sorry not all of Lacey's babies thrived, but the remaining ducklings look happy.
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    Long live the King - the neverending story of Brahmalot!

    Love the sermas! I always look forward to photos whenever you have the time to post:love
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    BALD EAGLES NESTING ON MY PROPERTY

    The nest blew out of the tree during a windstorm. In this video an eagle flies off the swaying nest 50 seconds in. Here the eagles perched, buffeted by the wind, as the rest of the nest was decimated. The next day, I found a cracked egg shell with the nest debris under the tree. They...
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