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Re: one less scrubjay : (


Do you have West Nile virus out there? That is the first thing I   
think about when I find a dead bird with no evidence of trauma.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Jun 30, 2005, at 5:42 PM, Theresa wrote:

> Well- not sure what happened, but one of my 5 scrubjays was dead in  
> my backyard this afternoon when I got home.  I haven't seen the  
> others around, but hopefully they are somewhere safe and sound.   I  
> buried the one that died in my garden so he can rest in peace.
>
> On a more cheerful note, my Limerock Ruby coreopsis is blooming  
> like crazy! Looks better this year than ever did.
>
> Theresa
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