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Date:9/22/2014 11:28:55 PM
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Hi, Mackenzie,
We assume that Jenna will come around given time. When furball was a lil younger she would, as skinsis says, 'excitement pee' as in someone would come over and she'd greet them and be so ecstatic she'd pee. Fortunately it mostly happened outside, but it did occur inside a couple of times. Guess she outgrew it, whew!

Sounds like a good idea to keep the feeder out of turkey range. They need to stick to what's on the ground so the lil birds that don't feed on the ground have enough. Wow, up to 50 turkeys? Are all of 'em the same species? Not that mom knows anything about turkeys, heehee.

Sunny and a tad warmer here yesterday, but more rain is forecast. Do you have Spare the Air days there? We've had a couple recently due to lil or no wind. Very uncommon to have it happen in winter, especially when many want to use their fireplaces and that is banned during Spare the Air.

Have a great day, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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