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Old Mar 1, 2011, 2:03 PM   #11
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Now dont tell me he feeds in your backyard!
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Old Mar 1, 2011, 2:10 PM   #12
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Leftyman - This is a bird found only in Ohio because of our tropical environment. (Columbus, Ohio Zoo)
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Old Mar 1, 2011, 2:33 PM   #13
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watch the birdy, say cheese ........... fab shots from you guys. Loving that parrot.
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Old Mar 1, 2011, 2:47 PM   #14
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Hey Dyane Took this one a sunrise today. Must have stopped over in Ohio on his migration route from Canada to Florida.

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Great pics everyone. Keep posting
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Well, I have nothing quite so exotic in my photo folders Here's a male Canada Goose from last spring. Mom and the four goslings are in the reeds, and he's letting me know I should back up and be on my way.
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And this one is for Saly. This is what happens to the suet feeder if I forget to take it down at night.
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And this one is for Saly. This is what happens to the suet feeder if I forget to take it down at night.
Oooohhh great! We have lots of raccoons in our neighborhood. I guess I shouldn't get a suet feeder !!!
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Oooohhh great! We have lots of raccoons in our neighborhood. I guess I shouldn't get a suet feeder !!!
Don't let it deter you. I have two of them I keep up year round. I'm in a cold clime and they are a good source of protein/fat in the winter for a lot of different birds. I can keep them up all the time during the cold months, but in the spring, summer and fall, when the bears come out of hiberation and the raccoons become more active I take all of my feeders down at night. They hang on a chain with an S hook so they are easy to bring in. I'm just not always so diligent about remembering.
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Myrtle Beach a couple of years ago 3rd floor condo this was our view from the balcony

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