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Oly – Page 9 – Chris Llewellyn's "Birds Eye Views"
 

Author: Oly

The Common Murre

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This is a crow-sized diving bird of the mainland coasts. They breed in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic coasts south to central California on the pacific side and on the east coast to the Gulf of Saint lawrence.
Nesting on high cliffs the young plunge 50 to 100 feet down to the water first diving and later flying off with their parents. Even though only one egg is laid each year the common Murre’s population seems to remain stable. Oil spills being their biggest threat.
http://www.BirdsWeSee.com

Eurasian Collard Doves

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A native species of Asia and Europe recently introduced to North America. First imported to the Bahamas in the 1980s and making their way to Florida soon there after, Eurasian Collard Doves have spread all over N.America Like with the European Starling, Baja Sur resisted these invaders until just recently. Some say they occupy a habitat niche not used by other doves (wherever that could be) but like the Starlings, it seems they are here to stay.
Visit http://www.BirdsWeSee.com to view Videos of a great gift book about some of the birds of Baja Sur. “Birds We See” in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Please remember, the author(me) is donating a portion of the book’s sales to ovarian cancer research.