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Purple Finch...male by jamesfburns, via Flickr
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Purple Finch...male

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gold finch"Afternoon Light" by jamesfburns, via Flickr
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Common Grackle. Spring 2007. Bird feeder in Centennial Colorado.
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Spring Bird feeder in Centennial Colorado.

Common Grackle. Spring 2007. Bird feeder in Centennial Colorado.

Common Grackle. Spring 2007.  Bird feeder in Centennial Colorado.
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corvus_brachyrhynchos-110729-02 Crows have been observed constructing & using tools,& demonstrate long term recognition of human faces.If a dead crow is discovered by other crows, an alarm call is released which brings all crows w/in hearing distance to to the site of the death.The crows gather, chatter excitedly while examining the dead crow-(I call this the crow inquest-others liken it to a funeral)-and no crow will eat in the vicinity of the dead crow.I wonder if this is a learned respons...
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Crows, dolphins and octopuses all show aspects of human intelligence.

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corvus_brachyrhynchos-110729-02 Crows have been observed constructing & using tools,& demonstrate long term recognition of human faces.If a dead crow is discovered by other crows, an alarm call is released which brings all crows w/in hearing distance to to the site of the death.The crows gather, chatter excitedly while examining the dead crow-(I call this the crow inquest-others liken it to a funeral)-and no crow will eat in the vicinity of the dead crow.I wonder if this is a learned respons...

corvus_brachyrhynchos-110729-02 Crows have been observed constructing & using tools,& demonstrate long term recognition of human faces.If a dead crow is discovered by other crows, an alarm call is released which brings all crows w/in hearing distance to to the site of the death.The crows gather, chatter excitedly while examining the dead crow-(I call this the crow inquest-others liken it to a funeral)-and no crow will eat in the vicinity of the dead crow.I wonder if this is a learned…
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Red-shouldered Hawk favors woodlands near water. It is perhaps the most vocal American hawk.

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Chickadee 6514_179 by lady_with_thread, via Flickr

Eurasian jackdaw - This small Eurasian crow staged a minor invasion of northeastern North America in the early to mid 1980s, with singles and small groups found in several states and provinces, and up to 50 at one spot in Quebec. These birds may have ridden on ships for part or all of their crossing of the Atlantic. There have been only a few records since 1986.

Eurasian jackdaw - This small Eurasian crow staged a minor invasion of northeastern North America in the early to mid 1980s, with singles and small groups found in several states and provinces, and up to 50 at one spot in Quebec. These birds may have ridden on ships for part or all of their crossing of the Atlantic. There have been only a few records since 1986.

Ruby-crowned Kinglet. June 1, 2015. Redstone, CO.  Found this guy flitting about the trees at our campground.  Got a picture (not this one) of him right as he was fluffing his feathers so I could see the ruby crown.

Found this guy flitting about the trees at our campground. Got a picture (not this one) of him right as he was fluffing his feathers so I could see the ruby crown.

Sedge Wren (Cistothorus platensis stellaris)

Sedge Wren (Cistothorus platensis stellaris)

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I have a regular visitation of six of these crows.

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