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Thread subject: Stuff birders say
Name Date Message
Trishrg 03/27/12 01:06 pm This is a hoot!!!
St*ff birders say
martyc35 03/27/12 03:47 pm Hilarious. I sent it to my granddaughter, who will love it.
marty
Melanie 03/27/12 04:49 pm OMG - it sounds like me and my mother (trying) to bird together. I almost fell out of my chair when they started listening to a Kirtland's Warbler. Sure!

There is a wonderful book called A Supremely Bad Idea: Three Mad Birders and Their Quest to See It All by Luke Dempsey that embodies much of this. I loved it!
Pam 03/27/12 05:37 pm By the time I get my binocs on Dennis's "that group of trees over there, no not that group, the other group...where are you looking? you're not looking in the right direction"..... the bird has usually flown off.
Pam 03/27/12 05:38 pm I should have said thanks Trish...great laugh !
Melanie 03/28/12 11:04 am I sent it to my birding guru and his response was "It's RIGHT THERE in the sycamore, to the left of Karl Marx, the right of Genghis Khan". My mother didn't find it quite as funny as I did. ;-p
Nancy L 03/28/12 02:05 pm Cute- I chuckled a bit, & if you get a chuckle out of me, it must be funny!
Celeste 03/29/12 05:53 pm Thanks for the laugh of the day Trish!
terryo 03/29/12 08:06 pm These 2 guys are experts of the highest caliber compared to me. Walking wilth binocs around my neck plus a camera also around the neck (as if I'm actually going to take a picture), plus carrying the Sibley and Peterson Field Guides plus Puleston's A Nature's Journey and I don't stand a chance actually spotting a Belted Kingfisher or one of the 20 trillion varieties of finches, that clip was spot on. Anthony Graves amazes me at all the birds he recognizes simply by their call.

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