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Old May 18, 2005, 9:18 PM   #1
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Nice job (as usual).I have not had a chance at a Blue-Jay or Cardinal yet this spring.
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Nice shots mullen. That first shot with the house finches is just so darned cute.
BTW, what is your secret with the bluejays? These guys head for the hills
when ever I spot them.
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Thanks, guys. Woodmeister, I think they just don't see me in the blind.
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woodmeister wrote:
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Nice shots mullen. That first shot with the house finches is just so darned cute.
BTW, what is your secret with the bluejays? These guys head for the hills
when ever I spot them.
Throw some peanuts, they will come much closer than the MFD of your 100-400.


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Nice shots BTW.
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