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Re: deluge

In a message dated 12/13/02 10:13:46 AM, mhobertm@excite.com writes:

<< Meteorology experts predict that within the next two decades, the climate 
in Iowa will have become too warm for them due to the greenhouse effect and  
global warming and they will move to more northern habitats. >>

I had not heard this.  I suppose that includes the purple finch also.  I love 
to watch their antics and listen to their busy conversations but I do have a 
battle with them building nests in my containers.

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