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Birds eating Mysore Figs (Ficus mysorensis)


Birds eating Mysore Figs (Ficus mysorensis) (Ficus mysorensis - Mysore Fig)

This 50 feet / 15 meters tall and wide Mysore Fig had many of these birds eating the figs in Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. next to the Rueben H. Fleet Center. The figs are large and fuzzy. Photo taken Feb. 23, 2010.



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Was wondering what the bird was too, a finch maybe, looking at that broad beak ?

24 Feb, 2010

 

Louise1:

I was wondering the name of this bird also. This large Mysore fig was loaded with them. They obviously loved eating the ripe fuzzy figs.

24 Feb, 2010

 

Looks like a Finch to me as well. Lovely clear photo of them Andy......

24 Feb, 2010

 

Milky:

Yes, I think they are sometime of Finch...not sure of the name...we have some many different types that live here.

25 Feb, 2010



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