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Date:9/22/2014 10:16:04 PM
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Ahhh Boo Boo!
Lookatcha, outside enjoyin' the sun, the sites, the fresh air! I hear you had a great time chirpin' and callin' to everything in the yard. I was tellin' Coir that I'm not sure just what sort of sound a female Blue Jay makes. Is it as loud and sharp and distinctive as the males of your species? I bet it definitely sounds excited.

Hope there's another chance or two... or three for you to enjoy a few more sessions outdoors before frigid temps set in. Even though you're a jay and Blue Jays do well in the cold, somethin' tells me you're so used to being extremely comfortable, cold is no longer a comfortable thing for you. A heated house is much better!

Have a chirp-tastic day!
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