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By Paul Goldfinger, Editor

We saw a similar hawk last week in our backyard.  It is surprising that this Cooper’s hawk did not attack the squirrel right below him (or her.)   It was morning, time for breakfast.  We used to live in the woods,and we once saw a hawk dive down and grab a squirrel.  It then flew up and dropped the squirrel. then it returned to take the bloody animal away.

Gazebo in Firemen’s Park. Cooper’s Hawk. Note squirrel below. Eileen Goldfinger photo.

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Migrating house finches. The male at right has a raspberry color. Our backyard. 11/18/18

 

 

Migrating female gold finch.   Olive color with bold stripes in back. Our backyard.

BOB MARLEY  “3 Little Birds.”




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Ocean Grove, NJ. Eileen’s garden. Delicious regurgitated sunflower seeds. Paul Goldfinger photo ©

 

CHAKA KHAN:   “Lullaby” of Birdland”  From the album We All Love Ella–Celebrating the First Lady of Song

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A family of cardinals visit us regularly.  This male feeds a baby.  Paul Goldfinger photo. © Click to enlarge.

Ocean Grove.   7/19/15.  A family of cardinals visits us regularly. Flying lessons and delicious regurgitated food.   This male feeds a baby. Paul Goldfinger photo. © Click to enlarge.

SOPHIE MILMAN

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