Wordless Wednesday:Early Bird

Early Bird

Early Bird: Australian Magpie © Des Walsh

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  1. Interesting bird. Reminds me of our US pigeons. LOL! Hope you enjoy our WW photos.

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  2. @XLOR: it’s neither popular nor unpopular, except when it’s divebombing people during the nesting season, at which time it is not popular; nor is it rare – what is it you don’t understand?

  3. Or this is a rare bird in Australia..didn’t understand.

  4. Looks like a usual Russian crow.
    Is that the most popular bird in Australia?

  5. Beautiful picture! The early bird does catch the worm! Happy WW!

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  6. I guess i have seen that bird when i took a vacation there. i remember almost touching a cockatoo at our apartment in Hamilton Island.

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  7. Cool bird. I think I’ve heard magpies are very smart and can be taught to speak. Is that right?

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  8. @Kelly @Linda

    It’s an Australian magpie, in Australian vernacular a “maggie”. http://www.austmus.gov.au/factsheets/australian_magpie.htm

  9. Linda R. Moore says:

    What flavor bird is this? Looks like some kind of corvid.

  10. Interesting looking bird! i don’t know that we have those here. My photo this week is about motherhood…

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