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RE: trains in the garden/birds

Funny - they pretty much clam up at dusk around here.  And I see ours pretty much all day long.  Maybe it's a different type of mockingbird out there?

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Margaret Lauterbach <melauter@earthlink.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sat, 28 Dec 2002 10:06:56 -0700

>Don't mourn your lack of mockingbirds.  They keep you awake all night.  All 
>night.  They must sleep days.  That and the smog were the worst parts of 
>living in Southern Calif. in the '60s.  Margaret L
>>Not that I ever seen in my yard.... might be some around here tho.-
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