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Old Mar 14, 2011, 11:02 AM   #1
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Red-whiskered Bulbuls are not native to my area. But I recently found a healthy group living wild at the LA Arboretum:




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Saly great shots. They have a neat looking crown on top.

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Very beautiful photos.
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Thanks jj and flutelady!
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Very neat looking birds. What is their normal habitat?
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Very neat looking birds. What is their normal habitat?
Thanks Clint - according to Wikipedia, they are native of Asia. A few must have escaped from somebody's birdcage in America....They are very shy but noisy, sound like mockingbirds.
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That makes it an even better photo!
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We also have a healthy population of green Amazon parrots. They also escaped captivity years ago and are thriving. Extremely noisy birds!! I'm hoping to photograph them someday.
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Nice shoots ! Le first one is beautifull
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