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Hatch Date: 04/27/10
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Hi! My name is Roof Top

I am a Quaker from Lakeland, FL.

Isn't ROOF TOP bad enough?

RT for short......


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  Hi RT,
Hope you've been having a good week!!
Leaving you a vote. Enjoy your evening!

Your friend,
Chipper

Come visit me, Chipper.

03/26/2015 04:04.05 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi ya RT~
I hope you are having a great day! Now you don't worry about getting over to blog!! I'll still be here everyday to leave a boring note about how nothing exciting is going on! If your dad needs help falling asleep, he can just read our note and it will put him right to sleep!hehehehehehe
It's beautiful here today but unfortunately mom goes back to work tonight and will probably be working until next Thursday. I don't understand why her store had to have these weekend ads. They are suppose to have a back up to take care of it but they don't. Mom has to do it since the other lady won't and mom will just end up being scheduled anyway.
I hope your day is just perfect!
love, hugs and a vote ~ Sugar ♥

Come visit me, 10K Hall of Fame, BOTD ARCHIVES, Sugar and Pippo~Vote 4 BooBoo 162724 Everyday!! & The Calendar Page~Mangoes for March!.

03/26/2015 11:40.37 AM Report This Comment  
  Hey RT
Here's a stick !!! Maybe your pops can lay in bed and use this stick from across the room so he can blog for you heehee !!!

Love your buddy
Panther

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03/26/2015 10:48.43 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi RT
Bald Eagles are nesting on all three of Pittsburgh's major rivers! Who knew the day would never come when Pittsburghers would be cheering for the Eagles…Bald Eagles, that is!

It has probably been more than 250 years since Bald Eagles last nested along Pittsburgh’s three rivers. In the 18th century, suitable nesting habitat in the form of mature tall trees was stripped from the hillsides flanking the rivers to meet the lumber and fuel demands of a rapidly growing human population in the area; second, industrialization beginning in the 19th century led to extensive unregulated pollution of the rivers, which decimated fish populations that eagles feed on; third, beginning in the mid-20th century eagles (and many other birds) showed signs of succumbing to the unintended side effects of widespread use of the pesticide DDT (developed for use in World War II) which eventually caused chronic nesting failure for the species. As recently as the mid-1980s, there were just a few remaining nesting Bald Eagles pairs anywhere in Pennsylvania, all of these in the northwest corner of the state.
One nest, located on the Monongahela River in the community of Hays is the most famous because a web camas been set up to view the nest. millions of people are viewing the nesting activity. Last year this pair successfully raised three eagle babies. this year they only layed 2 eggs. one of the eggs had a crack in it and the mom tried to keep it together but when the dad eagle came to sit on the egg he saw the crack and threw the egg out of the nest. during a recent snowstorm the mom eagle was totally covered in snow while incubating the single egg
The Bald Eagle,has made a tremendous comeback throughout its range in the lower 48 states. Its recovery is due to enforcement of federal laws protecting it from persecution, the banning of DDT, which bio-accumulated in eagles and other piscivorous (fish-eating) birds, eventually causing complete reproductive failure through the thinning of their egg shells to the point that eggs simply broke when parent birds tried to incubate them; passage in the same year of the federal Clean Water Act, and, direct recovery measures taken by our Game Commission, which brought nestling Bald Eagles from healthy populations to hacking sitese when the state’s breeding population was down to just a few nesting pairs. Similar efforts by game agencies in surrounding states also have contributed to the rapid increase in the number of nesting Bald Eagles in Pennsylvania. By 2000, there were about 50 known nesting pairs of eagles in the state; as of 2012, more than 200 nesting locations are known for Bald Eagle in Pennsylvania, including nests in almost every county!
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03/26/2015 09:56.23 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Thursday
Hey, RT - great to have you stop by!

Happy Thursday. Much going on, and a lot on Dad's mind, so he's not too helpful with this blog today. Have a blessed day. ~Wings Up~

Come visit me, King Flitzer.

03/26/2015 09:01.23 AM Report This Comment  
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