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Re: NWF habitat certification

Congratulations, Pam!  Sounds like you have worked marvels.  Enjoy the 

In a message dated 01/24/2004 3:50:18 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:

> Well my friends, it is now official. I have received my certificate from
> the NWF for my backyard wildlife habitat. Im so pleased. It's not much
> considering the accomplishments of most of you incredibly talented
> folks, but I'm happy about it. Consider before I bought this place 8
> years ago it was a drug house. Awful. Yard was full of broken glass, no
> fence, no flower beds, no shrubs, concrete clay soil, etc. Pat says all
> the windows were painted black and there was a non-functioning toilet on
> the front porch. Lovely. Now, birds, butterflies and little gecko
> lizards thrive. The gardens are improving every year (provided the
> drought didn't set me back too far). Just wanted to share my news

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