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August 24, 2008

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Lana - rain-soaked birds are a sight! I think there are LOTS of molting jays all over from what I'm seeing on search engines!
Veery - thanks much. I think the finch mohawk was my favorite too.
Alan & Toni - get me out in the rain and I look like that too. Thanks for visiting!
Birdfreak - nest head...more fitting than bed head! :)
Vic - then you should vote for the jay! Thanks for visiting.

Vic

I love all of these birds but I cannot vote on the bad hair issue since I'm losing all mine! Very nice site.

Birdfreak

My vote is for the Chickadee... looks like "nest head" to me :)

toni

I vote for the chipping sparrow

Alan

I'll have to vote for the flat hairdo of the Chipping Sparrow.

Veery

My vote definately goes to the disheveled Purple Finch. Great photos!!

Lana

The 1st & last shots are sooo pathetic looking! Some of our jays are molting these days, too. I'm surprised sometimes that birds function as well as they do in the rain--particularly the smaller guys (chickadees, etc.)

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