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Re: birds


Must be a introvert , the blue heron who bothers our koi stands a foot or so
from the pond and unless we rap on the window or go outside he stays.Haven't
seen the koi since he began to visit. Just see a mass of color under the
waterfall. They are taking no chances.

Nora
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Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2003 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] birds


> This is interesting to me, Jim as our Great Blue heron is very shy and
will
> fly if he detects my shadow at the window 50 ft away!
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