Took a walk, saw some birds

Pensacola, Florida
March 22, 2016 4:17pm CST
Just got back from an after lunch walk and it was pretty great outside,weather wise. Didn't go very far. Maybe two blocks total, but it was still nice. And I saw quite a few birds both little fat ones and some crows.
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• United States
22 Mar 16
I am seeing a lot of crows lately. Have yet to see one robin! Most of my friends on Facebook say they have seen many.
• Pensacola, Florida
22 Mar 16
I don't think we've seen a robin. A blue jay yes
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• United States
22 Mar 16
@lexiconlover not even a bluejay yet. There were plenty of crows in my yard yesterday.
• Pensacola, Florida
22 Mar 16
@ElusiveButterfly There are crows that live in my yard.
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@irishidid (8119)
• United States
22 Mar 16
I just have to go outside and sit on the porch and wait. I see all sorts of birds.
• Pensacola, Florida
22 Mar 16
We have a couple of kinds that do that. And the ducks are right across the street.
@JohnRoberts (38596)
• Los Angeles, California
22 Mar 16
Crows are a plague. They are everywhere. Ever see any big lizards?
• Pensacola, Florida
22 Mar 16
@johnroberts See some smaller kind by the pond
@DWDavis (11147)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
22 Mar 16
Were the crows looking at the little fat birds like they might make a tasty dinner? I know crows eat carrion, like roadkill and zombies, but will the kill and eat fat little birds? I'm glad you're having a spell of nice weather. It was down around freezing here this morning but got up into the high sixties this afternoon.
• Pensacola, Florida
22 Mar 16
@dwdavis Not that I know of they don't. But I'm not sure. Lol. Hopefully your weather improves before you start spring break.
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• Stanton, Kentucky
22 Mar 16
I've noticed that a lot of the birds that left in the fall are back again, a sure sign of spring.
• Pensacola, Florida
22 Mar 16
Ours never really left.
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@RussTeed (1515)
• United States
22 Mar 16
It is nice to absorb what nature has to offer once in a while.