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Re: blue jay bathing lesson

Yah, I finally moved -- haven't quite finished unpacking yet!

You're right on!  I left up the basket --
the doves are back nesting with two eggs now!!!

On Thu, Apr 20, 2006 at 02:30:04AM -0700, Donna wrote:
> look at all that room you have! I am jealous. :) Sorry
> about the damage, but glad to hear there wasn't any
> injuries.
> I get doves nesting yearly.  They will be back as long
> as that hanging planter is there. Mine are now used to
> me, so they do allow me to continue to water the
> flowers even with the babies in there. I used to loose
> my plants till we worked out this arrangement! BTW
> mine seem to nest all the way thru the end of July,
> having three babies at a time. Thankfully, some decide
> to move on or I would be over run with the darn things
> by now.
> Donna

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