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Our backyard bluebird Daddy II leaves the box with a fecal sac.  The poop of cavity nesting birds is contained in a thick gelatinous membrane to prevent nest fouling.  Daddy is just a gorgeous bluebird.  Read about our backyard bluebirds at bluebirddiary.wordpress.com/

Our backyard bluebird Daddy II leaves the box with a fecal sac. The poop of cavity nesting birds is contained in a thick gelatinous membrane to prevent nest fouling. Daddy is just a gorgeous bluebird. Read about our backyard bluebirds at bluebirddiary.wordpress.com/

Animals never try to be funny, as far as we know, and yet they quite often make us laugh harder than any human could. It could be their utter innocence of all things human, not understanding how funny to us they seem. But with all the laughter, we al

Eagle Rare Life - Dedicated to Recovering Birds of Prey  Please Vote for Bob Anderson Every Day.He can Win $40,000 for the Rapture Resource Project, Thank You.

Eagle Rare Life - Dedicated to Recovering Birds of Prey Please Vote for Bob Anderson Every Day.He can Win $40,000 for the Rapture Resource Project, Thank You.

Native to Madagascar, the recently extinct (1600s) Elephant birds are believed to have been over 3 metres (10 ft) tall and weighed close to 400 kg (880 lb).

Native to Madagascar, the recently extinct (1600s) Elephant birds are believed to have been over 3 metres (10 ft) tall and weighed close to 400 kg (880 lb).

Nearly 50 baby pelicans were rescued from the coastline in Lanark Village Fla., just west of Apalachicola, on Tuesday, according to iWitness contributor Carrabelle Jonny.     Volunteers waded through thick seaweed in driving wind and rain for three days after the tidal surge from Tropical Storm Debby washed the baby pelicans from one of only two Florida Panhandle nesting sites, weather.com contributor said.

Nearly 50 baby pelicans were rescued from the coastline in Lanark Village Fla., just west of Apalachicola, on Tuesday, according to iWitness contributor Carrabelle Jonny. Volunteers waded through thick seaweed in driving wind and rain for three days after the tidal surge from Tropical Storm Debby washed the baby pelicans from one of only two Florida Panhandle nesting sites, weather.com contributor said.

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