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Date:11/24/2014 8:47:40 AM
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Hi Sam
American Bird Conservancy has declared the Peep (marshmallicious delicious) as bird of the week. the Peep was once considered one species which was a bright yellow but recent research has shown blue, teal, pink and purple color variations and no evidence of interbreeding even though they sometimes roost in the same box.
Peeps typically make their appearance in springtime but can also be seen during other holidays with their numbers peaking during springtime. Despite their wide distribution and social nature, little is known about their migratory paths, wintering and breeding areas.
During breeding season they can be found in backyards where they lay clutches of colorful eggs in nests made of brightly colored plastic grasses. Adult and immature Peeps can be quickly found by their sweet calls and neon plumage.
Although Peeps are heavily consumed their populations appear to rebound quickly.
love Cori and Boo Boo
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