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5th May 2005, 23:10   comments (3)

dustcatchers

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5th May 2005, 01:31   comments (1)

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4th May 2005, 03:57   comments (3)

then there were three

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Since Friday, there have been three eggs in the nest. Mama bird won't hang around long enough for me to take her pic sitting on the eggs--any time a human passes by, she flies up into the trees, cussing out everyone within shouting distance. It's a wonder she has time to sit on the nest at all! Still, these have been mostly quiet spring evenings. I hope the eggs hatch before the workers start replacing fence posts on this part of the balcony.
4th May 2005, 03:47   | tags:,comments (0)

work in progress

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There's some construction work going on up here. The balcony railing will all be replaced. The bird family is quite disturbed about this, though the workers are doing their best not to disturb the nest.
4th May 2005, 03:38   comments (0)

early morning movie

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Nope, don't know what it is, or who the actors are. Oh, well.
29th Apr 2005, 11:34   comments (0)

later, 'gator!

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Or is this cement creature a crocodile?
27th Apr 2005, 23:01   | tags:comments (0)

one-bedroom apartment...

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The nest was there between the balcony and the fence in front of an empty third-floor apartment this morning. It was empty, too, and still empty when I stopped home for lunch. But when I got off work for the day, it was obvious that a family had moved in. Anyone care to guess what kind of bird laid this egg? It's a darker turquoise color, darker than what is usually thought of as robin's egg blue. We do have robins, though, as well as blue jays, cardinals, starlings, crows, and occasionally a few pigeons.

26th Apr 2005, 21:46   | tags:,comments (0)