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Posted 1w ago by @PlantyPlanter

And in today’s installment of β€œHow many birds can you fit in one pic?”
I wanted to start showing the #GregGang the mass amount of birds (that somehow live here even though there is like 3 stray/outside cats) So #BrobdingnagianAmountOfBirdPics starts today πŸ˜‚ #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #Birds #NewEnglandGregGang #RIGregGroup
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@PlantyPlanter yes omg they’re EVERYWHERE HERE 😩😩

This was last year πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€
A bunch of Grackles and Cowbirds!! 🀣
@Sassylimey OMG THOSE ARE COWBIRDS 😭 they’re so mean 😭 we also have blue jays
Here’s even more
πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ 😻 Meow 😸 πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£
I don't like Cowbirds, they're more than mean, they're parasitic birds that lay they eggs in song bird nests and leave them to be raised by those poor unsuspecting song birds and usually the young Cowbirds will push the other hatched babies or eggs out of the nest because they're so much bigger than the song bird nestlings.
The even more pics are house sparrows...
You want to see birds? Killeen, where I live, has gone viral for all the birds that live around here! Grackles, Crows, Finches, etc.

This is just one side of the parking lot lol
@kscape wow! I wonder if there is like a birds per capita chartπŸ˜‚ we would probably be in the top 10! πŸ˜‚
I love those old houses Noah.
@RJG thank you! I live in one myself 😌
@RJG have you seen the mills here?!!😍
@PlantyPlanter πŸ‘€ eye have not
@RJG they get turned into condos so you can actually live in them! (Though I wouldn’t do it personally)
Oooof 🀒
In the evening, walking into H‑E‑B you need an umbrella or hood or risk getting bird bombed!!! Oh and ear plugs!
We love our colorful birds such as goldfinches, cardinals and bluebirds.
Every time any bird flies by my bird inside freaks out. πŸ˜‚
Isn't that a Hitchcock movie???
@kscape the swarming like that scares me!!
@Leensha-Lou it was terrifying 😩😩

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