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Post 1

paulh, the apocalypse is coming, it's just late

House sparrows and starlings have been brought over to the U.S. from England.

Here are some North Americna birds that have been found in England:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_landbirds_in_Britain#:~:text=The%20following%20species%20have%20been,Yellow%2Dbilled%20cuckoo


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Post 2

SashaQ - happysad

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I feel a bit sorry for the birds on that list - they get blown off course so have a longer than expected journey, and then when they finally get to have a sit down, twitchers start gathering around... I enjoy birdwatching, but am pleased just to see the birds that have chosen to be where I am...


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Post 3

paulh, the apocalypse is coming, it's just late

The birds that originally settled the Hawaiian Island were *really* blown off course. The only mammals that got to those islands were the seals and bats. I never imagined that bats could fly thst far.


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