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Thread: Our evening guest

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    Senior Member susansomethings's Avatar
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    I love birds...and this is just awesome. Wish I had a visitor like that.

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    Wonderful bird!
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    That is one beautiful bird. We are getting colder and your getting warmer, LOL.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very nice neighbor! I feed the birds in my backyard here in the states, and a squirrel and chipmunk!
    Luv Quilts and Cats
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    Oh, what a beautiful bird. Thanks for showing us a beautiful pic of him.

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    We consider ourselves very lucky to have him/she visit.

    Some info about them for those interested. They range from about 11" to 17" in length. We often have them sitting on our clothesline early morning and late afternoon/ early evening waiting to catch their dinner. They eat worms and other grubs from the garden. They have a rather loud "laugh" which wakes us most mornings in the summer around 4 am - somehow we do not share their humour at this time of the day.

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    Thanks for the info. He is a beautiful bird. You are lucky to have him as a visitor.
    "Every positive thought is a step in the right direction.

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    Thanks for the photo. It is a beautiful bird, and nice to see birds from another part of the world.

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    I would love to be vistited by such a beautiful bird. Now I have the old Sing, kookaburra sits in an old oak tree...stuck in my head lol.
    ~Dana~

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    How fascinating to see wildlife from different parts of the world. Now I'll be singing that song all day!

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