Date: 7/26/20 7:04 pm
From: roger tess <rtbirder...>
Subject: Re: [AZNMbirds] [EXT]AZ:07/26/20:Vail Yard Oddities
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Cliff We are having the same thing in S,E, Tucson A Bullock Oriole comes to our H. bird feeder, he is soooo thirsty? Maybe the Monsoons will start soon, Roger Tess


> On July 26, 2020 at 10:19 AM Clifford Cathers <azbirding...> wrote:
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> Imagine my surprise this morning to find a BARN OWL perched in my backyard mesquite, in the exact spot a ZONE-TAILED HAWK was perched yesterday morning. The lack of rainfall (0.0 cumulative inches in Vail as of today for the entire monsoon season) might be causing stuff to move around quite a bit in search of food, water and shelter (I think my water source has become a popular spot). I never thought to ever have a Barn Owl in this yard.
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> A wave of immature BULLOCK'S ORIOLEs seem to be moving through this week.
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> Someone please send some rain this way...
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> Clifford A. Cathers
> Vail, AZ
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