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    Thinking of one of our bird watchers, nuthatch (Joan), today--thought people here might enjoy these prize-winning bird photos from the Audubon Society. Some are quite remarkable--the roadrunner with a lizard in its beak, for instance.

    https://www.audubon.org/magazine/sum...0&ceid=3640021
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    Thank you Agate. Some very interesting photos. That poor frog!
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    I thought it was a frog too but apparently it's a fence lizard. Lizards can look amazingly like tiny dinosaurs:

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    ((((((Hugs to All)))))) ~

    agate ~

    Thank you so much for sharing these amazing photos. They're all terrific, and my favorite is the hummingbird.

    I think about nuthatch and miss her everyday. I hope her husband, children and grandchildren are healthy and coping as well as possible.

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