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Old Nov 12, 2010, 8:56 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Hawgwild View Post
OK, mystery solved, iust as I was going to reveal the true identity of this creature--- The Don Kingbird!

No, No, Hawgwild, that is not a Don KingBird. I captured the rare Don KingBird in a picture this summer:

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Very good likeness LOL
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Old Nov 16, 2010, 7:54 PM   #13
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The Don Kingbird!
Really Robert??? Hahahaha
Very nice picture of the Jay, Mike.
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The Blue Jay of the East does not occur in the Montane West, although they have been expanding their range. People can be forgiven for mistaking Mike's picture of the Stellar Jay for Blue Jays, as they are closely related - so much so that there have been hybrids between the two recorded where their ranges meet, but not enough to have had the two species merged.
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