Hurricane Nate birds

by Linda Parker
(Foley, Alabama)

These birds blew in on the tail of Hurricane Nate, very tired and hungry. I had 22 of them resting on my fencing and trees. They are rather shy and stay together tightly. I would like to know if someone could tell me what kind they are.

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Oct 13, 2017
nate birds
by: roma

i looked but could find neither, however one is a finch and the other an owl, sunflower seeds and finch food, maybe crickets and grasshoppers for the other.

the best way to find these birds is to trace the path of nate, especially west indies and bahamas and virgin islands and bermuda. may want to supply some bananas too.

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