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Re: Toads, frogs, birds? Superfund site?

  • Subject: Re: Toads, frogs, birds? Superfund site?
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 21:19:43 EDT

Thanks Bruce, will give the bleach a try as well as the ammonia, the slugs 
are about to carry us away and all the frail hostas are showing lots of 

I found a heron in our pond the other day, lets say we surprised each other.  
I screamed and he flew away, he almost crashed into the bay window over the 
pond.  We have one frog left and about a half dozen fish, just the tiny ones.

A Baltimore oriole, oh for such a sight!!!!!!  We love the birds except my 
husband does complain about the little surprises that they leave.  It only 
bothers me when they sit on the same branch and plop on the same hosta over 
and over again.  On Stage just does not look as appealing with purple tie dye 
all over.......N.

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