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Re: Auralie are you with us?

on 12/12/02 10:35 AM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:

> at the feeder today

I saw for the first time a bird at our feeder? A red cap, white in, strip
along it's side & sort of dark tan/lt. brown. It was the size of a starling.
I have 3 dark capped Jays, scrub Jays, Juncos , & a few others. They're
eating what apples are left. It's a riot.

Tony <><
We're finally getting some well needed rain.

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