Date: 9/22/19 12:33 pm
From: Tina wynecoop <wynecoop...>
Subject: [inland-NW-birders] Fwd: [Exploring Kootenay Lake] Magpie iridescence

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From: Alistair <alistair...>
Date: September 22, 2019 at 12:23:09 PM PDT
To: "<alistair...>" <alistair...>
Subject: [Exploring Kootenay Lake] Magpie iridescence
Reply-To: Alistair <alistair...>

´╗┐Exploring Kootenay Lake has posted a new item, 'Magpie iridescence'

Magpies do not favour this region because it is highly forested. These birds
prefer open habitats with occasional clumps of trees. Consequently, there are
few opportunities to capture pictures of magpie iridescence.
The pigmentation of a magpie's feathers produces a plumage that is strictly
black or white. Yet in some lightings, the black feathers on the [...]

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