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Re: Awesome!

In a message dated 3/31/00 10:34:46 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
bmathani@flash.net writes:

<<  when a pair of Pileated woodpeckers flew in
 and the female fed from my main feeder  >>

They are really neat, aren't they Betsy.  Very common down in KY where I am 
from, the very sight of one is always a show stopper.  And there is nothing 
like having a woodpecker wake you up when you are camping.

I am pretty excited because I heard an owl at one thirty am Monday morning.  
Everyone knows how I have whined and complained about the rabbits, well a 
natural predator is the best answer.  At the time I was chasing Roxie, (our 
dog if you didn't know that already) and thinking how she is about the same 
size as a rabbit and not near so hard to find.    Narda
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