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Hazel Thornton replied to Beverly's discussion YouTube, Bill? in the group Burque Birding
"Nice! Thanks for letting us know."
Nov 15, 2009
Beverly added a discussion to the group Burque Birding

YouTube, Bill?

WOW...when did this start? Your videos are wonderful!!! Have you folks seen these? Take a look, he does good work!I'd love to use the two on White-crowned & White-throated a way to show people how to tell 'em apart! Of course, I'd give you all the credit and send them here or to your other site. Which would you prefer, Sir? ...if you don't mind, I mean.BeverlySee More
Nov 14, 2009
Beverly commented on Bosque Bill's group Burque Birding
"I'm with Bill...don't shop Wal-mart! My local feed-store carries 50# sacks of seed...and other sizes, as well. I've done a price-check...and believe it or not they compete with Wal-mart...or are less than a $1-a-bag-more! Besides,…"
Nov 14, 2009
Beverly replied to Beverly's discussion Teal-colored hummers? in the group Burque Birding
"LOL I think that's always the way it works out. Still, with only the one Broad-tailed around, it might be hard to spot the teal color I've seen...if it even exists. I wrote here because of all the hummingbird watchers you have; and…"
Aug 27, 2009
Bosque Bill replied to Beverly's discussion Teal-colored hummers? in the group Burque Birding
"Since I read this on your blog I have not seen the one Broad-tailed male that periodically visits my feeders. So I haven't been able to note his color and report back. I've still got my eyes peeled (as they say.)"
Aug 26, 2009
Beverly added a discussion to the group Burque Birding

Teal-colored hummers?

Two of us watched a male, red-throated hummingbird the other day. The striking feature was the teal color in the irridecent feathers on it's head and back. A single female also had this teal coloring. Where I live, in South Central CO, we have lots of Broad-tailed, Black-chinned, Rufus and Calliope Hummingbirds...none of which have this odd blue-green color.I am fairly convinced, thanks to BosqueBill, that the bird is simply a Broad-tailed...but I'm still struck by this stunning color. I've…See More
Aug 26, 2009
Beverly replied to Dave's discussion Hummingbird moths? in the group Burque Birding
"You're right...I'd heard that as well and just found a link to confirm. Here ya go Good bugging...I mean birding Beverly"
Aug 16, 2009
Beverly replied to Judy's discussion Anyone seeing hummers yet? in the group Burque Birding
"YIPPIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! I know what you mean about 'flares'...I swear it looks like a meteor shower out there some mornings, the way their gold and bronze and copper colors glint in the sun. Stunning. ...though I do wonder how much benifit…"
Jul 16, 2009

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