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good to see you flitting across my screen again<br>(((hugs)))<br><br>These are hand held 420mm(210 2x converter) zoom lens shots. Not so good cropped scans from 35mm slides.. Will try to scan again with new scanner.., one day..<br><br><br><br>Yeah this mistletoe bird is about 3 inches long at best.<br>The nest us attached to a leaf petiole by spider webs.. It moves around as the birds land and feed babies .. let alone with a puff of wind<br><br>but where will we be when the future comes?
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>good to see you flitting across my screen again<p><hr></blockquote><p> Someone finally left the cage open This has been a great thread, so nice to see so many different pictures here in the forum of our feathered friends..first time I have ever seen a Mistletoe Bird..what a fantastic nest...amazing what birds build..puts the Eiffel Tower to shame <br><br>
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