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The Garden Critters Thread
01-30-2010, 06:57 PM,
#31
 
Pachyderm I Wrote:what is little bitty, gray to black on the top and a white belly? we have several of those also.
Sounds a lot like a Junco.
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01-30-2010, 08:17 PM,
#32
 
KristenTB4 Wrote:
Pachyderm I Wrote:what is little bitty, gray to black on the top and a white belly? we have several of those also.
Sounds a lot like a Junco.
Dark Eyed Junco
correct! well done kristenTB4!
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01-31-2010, 08:14 AM,
#33
 
you guys weer nearly as quick with the answer as the lot at Whatbirds.com ...
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02-08-2010, 03:37 AM,
#34
 
Darran Wrote:Just had the 23rd different species of bird this winter a Tree Creeper. icon_thumleft.gif
24th species, a Siskin. icon_thumright.gif
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02-08-2010, 06:53 AM,
#35
 
pretty
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05-13-2010, 05:57 AM,
#36
 
Just had a squirrel hanging upside down on my nuts. :oh:
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05-13-2010, 06:23 AM,
#37
 
Darran Wrote:Just had a squirrel hanging upside down on my nuts. :oh:
I hate when that happens! Big Grin
"Ooooh babe you need some brand new shoes"

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05-13-2010, 07:41 AM,
#38
 
Mr. Muskrat made an appearance a few weeks ago, ate some plants and hasn't been scene since. I know because what he normally eats is still there and growing. I may have some tall fountain grass this year after all. But I do wonder what happened to him......
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05-13-2010, 10:16 AM,
#39
 
jams63 Wrote:Mr. Muskrat made an appearance a few weeks ago, ate some plants and hasn't been scene since. I know because what he normally eats is still there and growing. I may have some tall fountain grass this year after all. But I do wonder what happened to him......
O.K. , back to my earlier post:

Homemade Muskrat Stew - Step 1. You'll need a Muskrat...
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05-13-2010, 11:27 AM,
#40
 
We have a decorative bird house next to our front porch...which some Black-Capped Chickadees have taken residence of. Cool
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05-13-2010, 02:17 PM,
#41
 
The gosslings are hatching - adorable! Smile
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05-13-2010, 08:03 PM,
#42
 
We had a lost neighborhood cat on the loose for a day or so. The owner had a $2500. reward for him. I am amazed the whole neighborhood was not calling, "Here kitty, kitty, kitty." Good news is that he found his cat. Next stop, microchip.
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05-14-2010, 07:17 AM,
#43
 
Voices909 Wrote:We had a lost neighborhood cat on the loose for a day or so. The owner had a $2500. reward for him. I am amazed the whole neighborhood was not calling, "Here kitty, kitty, kitty." Good news is that he found his cat. Next stop, microchip.
Too funny.
Lots of happy endings thanks to those microchips, though. icon_thumleft.gif
Hello, it's me again .....
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06-22-2010, 11:45 AM,
#44
 
Just took this photo of a Dragonfly in the garden. icon_thumleft.gif
Golden Ringed Dragonfly.
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06-22-2010, 02:50 PM,
#45
 
Is that a male or a female, Darran? I can't tell... :glare:
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