Posted by Fred SC on January 5, 2018, 1:39 pm, in reply to "Warbler. "
WE have a lo of bluebirds here now. In summer months we get some painted buntings. The males of red yellow and blue with secondary colors of green orangish and violet in some lights. are 'outragesously' beautiful with their beautiful colors. There are many down in Low Country. On Horse Island where I used to live they were abundant.T was there I saw my first and last whipporwill. IT was sitting on the ground at about dusk below my porch. They are an odd looking bird. I used to love the Eastern Meadow Lark and Catbird when I was a boy, but have not seen or heard one of either species in years. I listened to a program on public radio this morning that discussed the birds and how many are in decline due to lack of insect populations due to pesticides and loss of habitat. Sad commentary on the time in which we live.
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