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Old Feb 3, 2007, 10:44 PM   #1
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When the Goldfinches start to turn to the color they are known far, they soon leave and we don't see them again until next year at this time.


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A second one


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Old Feb 3, 2007, 10:46 PM   #4
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a female Cardinal
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and a Robin, tried to get a better shot, but he kept going back in the brush.


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Old Feb 3, 2007, 10:48 PM   #6
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You did gooood Jerry. Them gold ones are pretty.

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Nice shots Jerry and send one of those orioles out here with the goldfinches because we don't have any. With the strange weather we have been having maybe they will stay there all year.
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Thanks Roger, I love to see them, they are not here long, just about 6 weeks.
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Thanks Ted, I thought you might like the goldfinches, but I didn't see the oriole you referred to. Did you mean the Robin? They don't stay here very long either. To us they are a sign of spring coming soon.
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Thanks Ted, I thought you might like the goldfinches, but I didn't see the oriole you referred to. Did you mean the Robin? They don't stay here very long either. To us they are a sign of spring coming soon.OopsOopOops
Oops, the cardinal, we do not have those so I'll take one.
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