Nikon and their binoculars.

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FrancoD Forum Pro • Posts: 14,056
Re: Nikon and their binoculars.

R Liewenberger wrote:

FrancoD wrote:

We do get several types in our backyard too . Ravens, doves, creasted pigeons, blackbirds, New Holland Honeyeaters, White Plumed Honeyeaters, Wattlebirds, Silvereye, minahs , sparrows and occasionaly cockatoos and galahs. One that has come to visit of late is a young Pied Currawong that taps on my window and then waits for me to go out and say hello. Possibly it was born on one of those trees at the back because it seems to know me.

(we don't feed them...)

A nice one! Reminds me of our crows, with the exeption of these white spots.

Had to look it up; the German name would be Weissbürzel-Krähenstar https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wei%C3%9Fb%C3%BCrzel-Kr%C3%A4henstar

Liewenberger

We don't have crows here ( I mean right where I am) but ravens. Most people call them crows but they are a different bird. I took this photo for a guy that wanted to see the eye of a raven :

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