Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 09:08:31 -0500
Reply-To: lynn schlup <mockingbird@GARDENER.COM>
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From: lynn schlup <mockingbird@GARDENER.COM>
Subject: RBG's in Washington Co.
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<P>The RB Grosbeaks sure are little piggies. There is one "super" male who is very dominant and chases off any other bird on the platform feeder. He is a bit different than the other males in that he has his rosy coloration extending on either side of his neck in a partial "necklace". The males are so very handsome.</P>
<P>Also, great news on the Ivorybill Woodpecker. My property includes swamp and some older growth trees and many times, I too, have dreamt of finding one of these great ones when I venture that way.</P>
<P>Lynn Schlup, Oconee, Washington County, Georgia</P><BR>
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