Tuesday, December 06, 2005
This bird is partially migratory, it is of the same family as the blackbird, the Raven, the magpie , the jay , and also the rook and the jackdar of Europe. The common crow in America is a round 19 in. long, with a wingspan of over 3 ft.
They often eat other birds eggs and nestlings and grain, but also destroyed many harmful insects and rodents. In the winter these birds gather at night some in as many as eight thousand or more in communal roosts. They can be easily tamed and learned to mimic some human sounds.
There throaty 'caww' is familiar , although they can produce a musical warble . The fish Crow of the Atlantic's and Gulf coasts is smaller than the common crow . The carrion crow of Great Britain is a flesh eating bird its size is longer at 18 to 20 in. long.
Posted at 07:25 am by stillhere
Monday, August 15, 2005
The American Bald Eagle is one of the most beautiful birds in the world! This bird of prey simbolizes freedom for it's high flights and strengh for being an excellent and fast hunter...
Posted at 12:40 pm by stillhere
Friday, August 12, 2005
Best known American bird, recognized even by the youngest child.
Although considered the symbol of spring, it often winters in the northern states, abandoning lawns for marshes and swampy areas.
Considered a game bird at one time, was hunted by the thousands.
Very fond of bathing, will more likely come to a birdbath than to a feeder.
Often the first and last singer of the day; when you hear 'cheer-up, cheer, cheer, cheer-up' at dawn and dusk, it's a robin!
Posted at 12:25 pm by stillhere
Thursday, February 24, 2005
Here is a beautifull Parrot.
And here a song for you to join..
Elton John - Birds
There's some things I don't have now
Some things I don't talk about
These things are between myself and I
In my thick skull the joker hides
There's consequences I'm scared to taste
Cold hard truths I can't face
These days are different than the past
Reflections change in the looking glass
And everywhere I look there's something to learn
A sliver of truth from every bridge we burn
A hatful of quarters and a naked song
Don't answer the question of where we belong
How come birds
Don't fall from the sky when they die?
How come birds
Always look for a quiet place to hide
Can't explain what I feel inside?
Like birds I need a quiet place to hide
These independent moves I make
This confidence I try to fake
You can hear the beating of my heart
But not a feather falling in the dark
And everything I hear never makes any sense
Another old prophet perched on the fence
A cupful of pencils and a self help guru
Posted at 05:31 am by stillhere
Thursday, February 17, 2005
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Monday, January 10, 2005
Do you know which bird is this one?
Do you want a little tip? Thereīs a cartoon named after it!
Posted at 03:22 am by stillhere
Monday, January 03, 2005
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Monday, December 27, 2004
Owl are very interesting birds, they are curious and there are people whoa re afraid of them,... but if you dont mess with animals, animals will not mess with you either!
Posted at 09:26 am by stillhere
Monday, December 20, 2004
They are love birds...... note the heart shape inthe red color of their neck!
Posted at 12:02 am by stillhere
Thursday, December 16, 2004
Itīs a Humming Bird, this is a tiny and sweet bird I love!
Posted at 10:20 am by stillhere