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Re: [OrangeCountyBirding] Re: Mystery Bird sighting

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  • Lidia Seebeck
    Clark s Nutcrackers also love to mob feeders, like Gray Jays do. Also, the described bird had black eyes, and don t albino or parti- albino birds have pink or
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      Clark's Nutcrackers also love to mob feeders, like Gray Jays do. Also, the
      described bird had black eyes, and don't albino or parti- albino birds have
      pink or red eyes?
      Lidia Seebeck
      lidia@...
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      From: "Robert McNab" <wahooking@...>
      To: <OrangeCountyBirding@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, January 03, 2005 9:37 AM
      Subject: [OrangeCountyBirding] Re: Mystery Bird sighting


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      > Regarding the description of the mystery bird in an earlier post -
      > could it be a Clark's Nutcracker? From my home in Laguna Niguel on
      > Saturday 1/1/05, I thought I heard a Clark's Nutcracker calling on
      > two separate occasions in the morning. I attempted to locate the
      > calling bird after the second call was heard, but to no avail.
      > Although the "mystery bird" description does not match a nutcracker
      > perfectly, the description of the call does; this sighting reinforces
      > my belief that Clark's Nutcrackers may be in the area. Keep an eye
      > out!
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      > Robert McNab, Laguna Niguel
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