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First bird 2021 BY


melproffit
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This is the Island Scrub Jay  lives only on Santa Cruz Island In the Channel Islands NP  California  according to Wikipedia-"Of the over 500 breeding bird species in the continental U.S. and Canada, it is the only insular endemic landbird species."

So I'm starting with a tough one. many more to go:)

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Welcome to BY 2021.

And an excellent bird to start with.

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Warmly welcomed to this outstanding forum. Great bird to start your BY with.

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Welcome to ST's BY where humour, information, lust (for bird species only), and fabulous birds make a heady brew! Very much looking forward to your promise of many more species.

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Hiya! Welcome on board.

Looking forward to seeing what's on your patch!

cheers Dave

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@melproffitWelcome to you hailing from another beautiful part of the world. Mt Rainier has long been on our "wish list", ever since we first flew over it and both said "wow, gotta get back here for some hiking one day".  The Scrub Jay is a beauty.

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Welcome to this beautiful thread! An excellent bird to start with and, as others have stated, looking forward to many more!

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Welcome to the Big Year, looking forward to seeing much more from you. 🙂

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Welcome to the addiction. I hope for our sake if jot yours that it takes home with a vengeance.

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Welcome, always good to see more birders joining the fray

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