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Thanks Monica - he has a nice sheen in the sunshine.Thanks gnt - I too like the tail!
I agree with U monica there is so much color in this bird and love his tail....great job robryan
What a gorgeous bird! He's got like a blackish/blue thing going on with his colors! Very cool, thanks.
Now I'll have to look up Grackles - thanks Meadowhawk :))
The colouring and eye remind me a little of the grackles I've seen in Mexico. Anyway, lovely bird, this. :)
I've often wondered that myself Shirley!! Thanks.Sure is pg - thanks.
What a shine on this one.
Terrible name for such a lovely bird, I wonder who named them, some D.....
Thanks chickie - and he doesn't even eat fish - just insects!
Thanks lyndee - they have an ioly-coloured sheen in the sunlight.LOL!! I sure do chookie!!! And I've seen a few of these Drongo's when we lived in Townsville. Thanks.Thanks buckeye - I love the tail & whiskers too.Australian slang - to call someone a 'drongo' is to say they are a bit 'thick' or stupid or silly!!!
I just love the tail on this bird.
It's just lovely Rob. And what a fantastic tail!
I've seen a few drongo's in my time, rob, and I know a few as well!!! I think you know what I mean...good one, thanks:)
A beautiful bird. Not a lot of color, but what he does have is super!