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Thread subject: Some live eagles with talons intact:
Name Date Message
Pam 02/03/05 04:18 pm After that depressing news today thought you might like a bit of a lift, looking at some beautiful free birds at Race Rocks. Pics taken in last couple of days - with a couple of other birds in there too. No comments please, just enjoy !
Pam 02/03/05 04:19 pm Sorry, did it again (sigh, old age you know):

http://snipurl.com/cith
Lori 02/03/05 09:37 pm Hey Pam? it says we are not allowed to access that file
Pam 02/04/05 07:35 am Oops - another error - sorry, again......you should be able to see it now, I forgot to make it public.
cathy 02/04/05 11:22 am Fantastic! What a privilege to be able to view birds in so much detail. What is that (relatively) small shorebird wading?
Pam 02/04/05 04:10 pm Cathy, I believe it is a turnstone - not much doing today at all, haven't taken any screencaps yet. Oh, I tell a lie, I took a rainbow! At least, half a rainbow.
Marie 02/04/05 08:17 pm Hi Pam and Cathy.........that bird is a BLACK TURNSTONE......sometimes we get Ruddy Turnstones through here but that is a rare sighting. They(Ruddies) are much more common in the British Isles. Great shots of the reflection of the B Turnstones. Can't quite make out the gull. Could be a Western or Herring or even just our common Glaucous -winged gull. Just love the shots of the juvenile eagles again.
cathy 02/04/05 11:29 pm You are always mentioning black turnstones, Marie, and now I know what they look like. They must be related to sandpipers.

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