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Wolfcub wrote:My dad is the same way. He loves to hunt, but he always had a respect and admiration for nature. He can't stand poaching, especially when he found a big buck that someone had killed and not bothered to track down. The meat had already spoiled and gone to waste.
Today I found the body of what I think is a female cardinal, it was probably killed by my cat However, it had bright yellow on the tips of it's tail feathers. Does anyone know what bird that is?
TNHawke wrote:LightningDragon wrote:Owls seem to like my neighborhood. Just last night, my mother and I were getting back from a walk when we heard an owl hoot from behind our house. Lo and behold, two others answered it from the woods across the street. I'm not sure what they were, as I'm not very used to classifying owls by their hoots.
If you live in North America, check out this site http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/browse?shape=43,13 Click on each owl's call and listen through it. Many are very unique. When you hear one that sounds similar, click on the link and take a look at where they normally live and you should be able to get a good guess as to what you had visiting.
Watch out for the barn owl, their calls are creepy. You'd think that's what a 'screech' owl would say, but nope!
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