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Old May 15, 2006, 11:41 AM   #1
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Bob Mullen.....you jumped right on my first pic on ID(must have Eagle eyes) I appreciate all that helped.

I went back to the same area early this morning and this little guy flew right across in front of me and landed, on the wrong side and toward the sun of course So...the first shot was through the windshield with glare. Then he flew onto a power line a little farther down on opposite side, sang a couple of notes and was gone. Gave me enough time for a pic.
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I forgot you were in Texas. I guess not so rare for you. It would be a rare sighting here in PA.
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Old May 15, 2006, 1:51 PM   #4
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Well.....it has been rare. That was the first for me. Funny thing though, on the way back I saw another one, miles from this one. A brief articleby TX Parks & Wildlife states theyARE fairly common but rarely seen due to their secretive habits.

I guess I need to be more observant
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