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Old 05-20-2018, 03:37 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I knew you'd be pretentious enough to appreciate it.

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Old 05-20-2018, 03:46 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Sacre bleu! En garde, m'sieu!
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I love the drama you can watch with birds. Bigger birds scare off smaller ones, small ones fight for a place at the feeder, mothers feeding their chicks etc. Saw two pigeons humping on our garden wall till I drove them off (we're a good Catholic family here, we'll have none of that thank you!), baby magpie checking out the garden before being called up into the neighbour's tree by its parents. Nothing quite as sad as seeing the little birds coming down to feed and finding the feeders empty, so that means out I go with seed, and quite funny to watch the cats totally disapprove of birds in their garden.
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I love the drama you can watch with birds. Bigger birds scare off smaller ones, small ones fight for a place at the feeder, mothers feeding their chicks etc. Saw two pigeons humping on our garden wall till I drove them off (we're a good Catholic family here, we'll have none of that thank you!), baby magpie checking out the garden before being called up into the neighbour's tree by its parents. Nothing quite as sad as seeing the little birds coming down to feed and finding the feeders empty, so that means out I go with seed, and quite funny to watch the cats totally disapprove of birds in their garden.
If you let your cats in your garden and there is a nest nearby you might see your cat attacked by the birds.
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