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Re: birds and other critters


No, no I should make myself more clear.  I was refering to outside the city
in the country not inner city...rats...good grief!

DF

Donna wrote:

> I am not sure just what David is referring to either. But I have lived
> in and around Chicago. There is not as much wildlife in the city as were
> I am now. I think he has to be talking about the squirrels and pigeons
> and a few chickadees. Or maybe the rats... Never seen much else in the
> city....but they were there year round.
>
> Donna
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