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    I love waxwings. We get big clouds of them here. Built like little stunt planes. Swoopy and aerodynamic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BohemianWaxwing View Post
    Because I'm what one would call a "bird nerd".
    YAY!! We can be bird nerds together!!!

    Do you live up north? I've never seen a Bohemiam Waxwing..only the, you know, common Cedar ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    YAY!! We can be bird nerds together!!!

    Do you live up north? I've never seen a Bohemiam Waxwing..only the, you know, common Cedar ones.
    Hooray! Another bird nerd! We are so few and far between it seems!

    No, I live in the south so I've also only seen the little cedar waxwings. They're funny little things. I picked Bohemian Waxwing because I think they're pretty and it was the first species name that caught my eye while flipping through my bird guide. I like using bird species as handles. At INFP Central I'm Pine Siskin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    Were you at INTPc for a while?
    You're the second person to ask me that. I'm not the same one though. I guess I'm not the only one who likes the bohemian waxwing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BohemianWaxwing View Post
    Hooray! Another bird nerd! We are so few and far between it seems!

    No, I live in the south so I've also only seen the little cedar waxwings. They're funny little things. I picked Bohemian Waxwing because I think they're pretty and it was the first species name that caught my eye while flipping through my bird guide. I like using bird species as handles. At INFP Central I'm Pine Siskin.
    I like that!

    When I was 9 yrs old or so I was at my grandparents' house and my grandfather had an Audubon field guide - one with all of the photograph images. I flipped through it, and distinctly remember the bird that drew me into birding and sealed my fate as a bird nerd -- the Black-throated Blue Warbler. :-) Eventually I saw one, at age 15 or 16 I think, but alas, I haven't seen one since. :-( Alas for the songbirds of the world......populations declining....but I'm hopeful to see another one one day!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    I like that!

    When I was 9 yrs old or so I was at my grandparents' house and my grandfather had an Audubon field guide - one with all of the photograph images. I flipped through it, and distinctly remember the bird that drew me into birding and sealed my fate as a bird nerd -- the Black-throated Blue Warbler. :-) Eventually I saw one, at age 15 or 16 I think, but alas, I haven't seen one since. :-( Alas for the songbirds of the world......populations declining....but I'm hopeful to see another one one day!!
    The bird that drew me into the crazy world of birds was the robin. They're such cute little birds! I like looking for them since they only come during a certain part of the year and are hard to find even then. Seeing a wild bald eagle in my own back yard practically is what furthered my interest for our fine feathered friends.

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    Oh, welcome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BohemianWaxwing View Post
    Weeeeeell, I guess you can have one of then then. But just ONE.
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