February 21 2010

Birds of Arizona


Curve Billed Thrashers

022110b03.jpg These birds have very unique calls, I love to listen to them.  Curve Billed Thrashers a name just as unique as their calls.

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3 Responses to “Birds of Arizona”

  1. Z from Chicago says:

    Oh my goodness, Bob, your feeder in Arizona is really popular. And the birds are beautiful.

    It’s strange to see all that green stuff. I hear it’s called “leaves” and “grass”. We’re getting snow here. It’s really fine and looks more like fog than snow. It’s so dense that I can barely see across the street. We have about two inches so far but by the time it stops we’re supposed to get a foot or so.

  2. Charles says:

    Good lookin bird there & Z better becareful talkin about dense fog & a foot or so of snow because in Fairbanks & The North Pole area they have ice fog tehe fog that freezes that’ll make Bob kinda home sick for several feet of snow ice fog & -20 to -50 temps

  3. Z from Chicago says:

    Ok. I’ll be careful. Next thing he’ll be wanting to go out to spend the day splitting several cords of wood.

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