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Old Dec 15, 2009, 2:32 PM   #1
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One of the other things that's helpful in attracting birds (and other wildlife) is a source of water. In winter months, this can be even more difficult to find than food. I made a heated bird bath from a water heater drip pan and an old submersible aquarium heater. Works great and is a WHOLE lot cheaper than buying a ready-made one. Here's Bluey enjoying it on a rather chilly, heavily overcast day.

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That looks great, Gary-

Once again, another great image with the E-620 & Oly 55-300mm lens combo.

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That looks great, Gary-

Once again, another great image with the E-620 & Oly 55-300mm lens combo.

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Thanks, Sarah Joyce. They seem to enjoy it.
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