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Date:10/21/2014 3:56:32 AM
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Hello Miss Sugar! I'm Hoping Your Sunday Is Going
....better than mine is. Mom has put me away because she had to clean up my vacation niche high, high over the front door! I am sad because my scruffy bird friends were coming by to visit me. I'm also sad because of things I can't talk about....yet. May my Mom email your Mom. It is something about a mutual dear friend of both of yours' that needs our help. Please be looking for it, okay? No, it's MORE important that what's happening about the B.C.

Let me tell you what I was watching from up in the niche! For one, the Bluebird family had 3 broods so far (yes, they have time for another!) I have been watching the newest fledglings flying all around the yard. There are many safe places for them to fly to. They are so small so they only fly short distances then they'll come back to Mom or Dad or to the oldest fledglings that still give in and feed them. Unfortunately, they are going straight for Mom's blueberry bushes because they are so close by. Hey, they are a convenient grocery store! Beside the berries, they are learning to eat insects. In fact, most of the food are meal worms Mom puts out for them but she backs off so they will learn to 'hunt' for themselves. When Mom puts out the mealy worms, she hears the Mom & Dad chirp to her from the biggest tree. They are very proud this year of the little darling bluebirds they've added to the forest.

Now Chipper Chickadee and his CLAN are all very active, sweet, and very opinionated about just everything! They have been helping the House Wrens with their 2nd brood of babies. Chipper just can't help himself, I guess! The Wrens were very upset that Chipper went into the nest, with the best of intentions, of course! But he pushes it sometimes too much! He scared the babies but they still had a bug smooshed & hacked up down their throats. He just has his foot into everybirdy's business! I'm gonna have to have a talk with him, I guess. He'll tell me to "hush it!" because I don't know how it is being a daddy with babies begging to be fed! I've tried before if you wanna know! I'm afraid a bigger bird, like the bluejays, may hurt him one day!

Anyway, I'm now in my cage while Mom does some more decorating for Shanna's arrival. Four more days until the 4th of July! It's going to be a grand celebration! Hugs to you, Miss Sugar! SamIAm
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