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RE: RE: sod< leaves, now birds

Your lucky there was a window... or he would have been eating your
dinner... no doubt right off your plate...

Heron's around here are not intimidated by humans.... just turn and look
at me with the *what* look... as I am yelling at them to leave.


> went to an oyster bar for dinner the other evening. we were sitting by
> window the overlooks the myakka river and the outside of the glass was
> white heron overlooking our dinner. it sat there and watched us the
> time.
> jsinger@igc.org

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