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    Frequent Member Keith Baxter's Avatar
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    Default Migrant's Arriving

    Some migrants arrived after the rains in my garden today.

    Anyone got some shots them at MV or AR

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    Default Re: Migrant's Arriving

    I can brag too. I had rain in my garden today. Probably a whole 1mm. But what a beautiful sight and sound.
    Nudity is the most Avant Garde form of dress

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    Default Re: Migrant's Arriving

    Heard Diederick's cuckoo at Parys three weeks ago, but never found it.

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    Default Re: Migrant's Arriving

    Both the Southern Red Bishop and the Yellow-crowned Bishops have arrived

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    Default Re: Migrant's Arriving

    Are they migrants? I thought they were residents that just change plunage in breeding season?

    I did get some pictures of European Bee-eaters acouple of weeks ago.

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    Yup, not truly migrants. They are nomadic though. The ones that visit my garden have not been around since Easter.

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