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Date:8/21/2014 7:47:19 AM
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Hi, Peepers,
Glad you didn't get more snow, no shoveling for your mom. Nice you got the sun despite the cold temps.

It is fun to forage. We love to look for hidden things. Don't have any designated foraging food toys, but just having the food in different places is fun too. Think mom's seen some of those contraptions at the store and in the catalogs.

BC is great in that others read each others blogs and if they have good advice will just fly over to the bird in question and help out. We haven't had any health issues, but know if we had concerns that the BC birds would be right there with advice and help.

Seems like it will take still more effort to retrain those darn ol starlings. And the sparrows used up all the water in the bath? Wow! Then again, 20 is a large amount and must've been a sight to see.

Keep warm, hope you get more springlike soon, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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