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Thank you Adriana.
I say it is a great photo of a wonderful bird
Thank you laura, Suzy and robryan.
He's a real beauty chickie - I love his shining feathers. Thanks.
Looks all dressed up, and not common. Why do our grackles look so "undressed"? You have captured the light on this fella perfectly.
He had a shimmering halo around him. What a great photo!
Is that early for Washington. My nephew lives in Bellingham and their winters are more mild than here in southern Illinois.Thank you gnt.
These are another beautiful bird with very rich colors in them....thanks for sharing with us chickie
We've seen robins here since the end of January. E. Wa. state, USA.
I hope they arrive soon aggie.Thank you roseheather, tex, pinknblack, Patti, Harvey, Hanne, Celeste and shirley.Young man, you better get your eyes checked. And with memory loss looming, you better write down the appointment date so you don't forget it.
He's cute, looks like he has a fur edged hood on his black cape.:) Thanks chickiemama.
I have always been so fascinated with the colors on these birdsGreat picture Chickie :)
Those grackles, they are SO beautiful!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
he looks angry jill!
Ooooh, what a gorgeous shot! Thanks, Sandy!
Great Photo, Chickie, you captured him perfectly. Thanks.
Roseheather, I think part of it's the light, and she also got a good shot. Ours do not look like this either. Nice photo, Chickie. Thanks.
Wow what a beautiful quilting job this is chickster. You must give classes on how to quilt so well.
We must have uncommon grackles, ours do not have that pretty blue collar. ; )
Hi aggie. Thank you. Where do you live? I saw a robin yesterday.Thank you Tatinha.
It's look like a medieval lord or bishop dressing in black velvet and carring its jewellery around its neck! Nice one. Thanks.
There were plenty of them on the ground. Yep, same tree. Yes I did oddio. Thank you.
Just one! (Must've cropped a bunch out of the picture! They always seem to show up in FLOCKS.)Looks like maybe the same tree as the lady cardinal? Did you take these? (Not that that would surprise me.)