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Uploaded by: suzi46

Thursday January 3, 2013

Brownfield, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: several of these rather large birds took over the feeders late this morning..very aggressive birds..never saw them before..what are they??

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Focal Length: 66.1 mm

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5. tardo
5:16 PM GMT on January 04, 2013
I think I heard once that they are native to China and actually are an invasive species. But they have beautiful plumage so who cares.
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4. ruralartist
3:14 AM GMT on January 04, 2013
Yes they are like a bunch of rowdy teenagers when they show up in a pack!
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3. backwardguy
3:13 AM GMT on January 04, 2013
Starling is correct, and they come in by the 100s at times! I hope you get your feeders back! We had a similar thing happen with red winged blackbirds last year during and ice storm that lasted several days.
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2. suzi46
1:45 AM GMT on January 04, 2013
OK!! just found out they're Starlings..I am used to seeing them in the warm weather with their blue/black plummage..never recall seeing them brown and speckled like this!!
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1. hurricanep
1:41 AM GMT on January 04, 2013
I am intrested in finding out too. I will check back for your replies.
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Going from the Mt Washington Valley region of Maine/NH, all the way down to the "Horse Capital of the World, Marion County" in Central Florida in April 2014, was quite a change to say the least! Photo ops, in a totally new and intriguing area of this very large and varied state, are slowly presenting themselves to me as I adjust to this brand new environment and much warmer weather!! I look forward to this new photographic chapter of my life!

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