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    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

    Male and female Blue-gray Gnatcatchers working on the nest, built from spider webs and lichen.
    5/7/2014 Grant Park, Milwaukee


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    Good to see your work back on here again.
    I see you have not lost one thing in your skill sets.
    CC is always welcome, the good and the bad. I promise not to take it personal as I know it wasn't meant that way.

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    Thanks Gramps!

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    Here they are, sitting on the nest.


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    That was like watching the end of CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood (if anyone else is familiar with the show?)
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    Fantastic footage Obelix!! Really impressive and does look like a nature show documentary for sure Have you tried uploading to stock footage video platforms yet? I could see you doing well with that with footage like this!

    Thanks again for sharing and great to see your work again,

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    Thanks guys!
    Here is the last video in the series, day after this video nest was abandoned.
    Brown-headed Cowbirds lay their eggs in the nest of other birds, that's why gnatcachers are defending it.

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