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  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Wow, great job!
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Wow, beautiful! Great job in making this!
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Easier, because they have many more choices than other birds.
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Once, we were birdwatching a Red-Tailed Hawk during Feederwatch last year and three crows flew by. One went right into some willow trees where many other birds nest, and, a couple seconds later, flew out with 15-30 other birds on his tail(almost litterally!). Then, the other two flew into the willows and one perched on the top, apparently on lookout. Then, after a short amount of time, they switched and then flew away. We think("we" as in me and my family) that they made a plan for it!
    in reply to: Creative Crows #885383
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Amazing lifespan!
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    I, sadly, was not able to naturescape. :( also I love surveys but cannot do it because I am under 18 :( Also, I forgot to answer on the last "Reflect, Connect, and Practice" section, and it won't let me go back :( please respond.
    in reply to: Enjoy and Share #825975
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    I can't place any trees or plants because of the house I live in, we only one the house and a small amount of plants and feeders in our backyard. I like everyones storys, though!
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    My yard was all the above exept water. Birds love our yard, and American Robins nest on our balcony yearly. It's been like that for as long as I can remember.
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Those are great ideas, and your lawn looks great! Keep up the ideas!
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    In my tiny outdoor space I enjoy seeing American Robins hop, swallows dive, Thrushes sing, and the usually annoying squirrels run around. I still want to make everything squirrel proof, though.
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    These are my answers for questions 1 and 2: 1. I would tell my neighbor that crows are at the bottom of the scale for eating songbird chicks. I would let him/her know that snakes, squirrels and chipmunks all eat more songbird chicks than crows do. 2. I have seen them only at my house scavenging the leftover birdseed and planning to get nestlings. For me, I find that smart, even though they have never succeeded, but, they have gotten very close to doing it.
    in reply to: What is a Crow? #786544
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    I loved the "who cooks for you!" and the "find the hidden owl". Those are great!
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    The part about owls eating birds is sorta sad. But, animals do what they must to survive.
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    I have seen one owl  in real life before. It was an eastern screech owl, and I think they are very cute! It has been featured in this course so far, and the picture was ADORABLE. It was also asleep.
    in reply to: Who Is That Owl? #760776
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Activity 1 (1). I visit my feeders and I see Red-Winged Blackbirds, Cardinals, Black Capped Chickadees, Red and White Breasted Nuthatches,  and I can't even get to naming them all! (2). We have a marsh near our house and it has Mallards, Canada Geese, Red-Winged Blackbirds, Common Grackles, Goldfinches, American Robins, European Starlings, and more!!! (Plus some Kingfishers...)
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    @Rylan I dunno

  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    ADORABLE ALERT: CUTE ADORABLE PUFFED UP BLUE BIRD I think this guy/girl is very cute. Do you agree? Here is my reason: He/she is all puffed up, looking at the camera, and half-spreading his/her wings. Look it his/her ADORABLE CUTE SMALL BEAK!!! Also, he/she is a juvenile.
  • Olivia Afre Segui
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    Paradise Tanager1 Paradise Tanager I find that the Paradise Tanager is my favorite, being colorful, beautiful, and, I LOVE TANAGERS!!! My second favorite is the Galapagos Penguin, beacause: 1: It's endangered 2: It's beautiful (like all birds are, if you look at them in the right way) 3: It is the only penguin that lives above AND near the Equater Galápagos Penguin1 Galapagos Penguin NightwingMoonwatcher
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