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Posted: 02-Feb-2013, 07:00 PM
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I love birding, my boys and l are always heading out looking for birds. Not only is it fun and believe me, once you get into it and start looking for particular birds, it becomes a game of hide and seek with you being the seeker. Then you really get into it. besides the exitment of finally sighting that bird you've been seeking, you also get in pretty good shape. I am almost 58 and find myself climbing mountains on Vancouver Island, so great fun, healthy activity and real good for your brain. I would say you are on the start of a great adventure....one bird at a time, have fun my friend....Laclawiesegamay

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Posted: 19-Jun-2013, 05:07 PM
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It is mid 70's low humidity, light breeze who could ask for better weather to sit outside and watch our remaining cat hunt rabbits, she is quit the predetor!
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Look what I found in one of my wife's hanging plants.
It is a house finch nest and those eggs are about the size of a dime!

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Awwww ....
My step daddy who passed away recently had a big affintiy to birds, he used to watch them and kept forgetting time and everything when watching them. Soon after his death I was sitting on my balcony when I noticed some activity in the ivy that covers the walls of my house. When I approached carefully I discovered a nest, also a finch nest.
Ever since then I'm sitting outside or at the kitchen window watching the many kinds of birds roaming the back garden. We had/have a nest in the apple tree, the one in the ivy and one in my neigbour's elderberyy tree and a big tree with around 20 nests of crows.
I can't get out easily to watch them but they seem to come to visit me and building nests there ;-)


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Posted: 24-Jun-2013, 06:45 PM
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For Father's Day, the wife and girls bought me a nice fountain-bird bath. We are trying to do a little landscaping and providing for the birds is definitely a part of it. Since we have been moving some earth, I have had to take down my feeders and so forth until we get a little farther along.

My kids give me a lot of good-natured teasing about my obsession with watching birds. We are hoping to put a place outside where we can sit and enjoy the mornings/evenings and watch the feathered folks do their thing!

I have tried to put out a bird house for Mountain Bluebirds, but no success so far.

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