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Nomad164

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Karl
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Every afternoon around 1600 h (4:00 pm for civvies) I get large flocks of these White Short-billed Corellas come into my front yard and eat the olives off of my olive tree.

They are very comical to watch but very noisy :grin:

I just sit there in my chair and take photos of them and they don't mind :grin:

Karl

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Desert Runner

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Burros, miles apart. The dark ones are from the town of Beatty Nevada, Where they can roam thru the town. The grey ones are also there, but are of a divergent strain. They seem to keep to their stock/family tree, and do not mingle. The dark ones are of a slightly taller and stocky build.

PS....This is right near the ghost town of Ryolite NV. You can come around a corner, and find them on the road.
 

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