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August 12, 2009

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Lana - you crack me up.

Lana

Evil! Run--it is EVIL!!!
(I'm still so jealous of the birdcam!)

The Zen Birdfeeder

ScienceGuy - we put it out for the goldfinches, unfortunately in a place that squirrels can climb to. Check out our post about alpaca wool as a nesting material at http://bit.ly/xI0wj

The Zen Birdfeeder

Chad - 2nd brood of squirrels around...so nice to know!
Sue - could've been a nice alpaca wool scarf, huh?

scienceguy288

And where, pray tell, did the bugger get said alpaca wool?

Sue Fuss

AACCKK!!! The knitter in me is cringing!!!

Sue

Chad

Aren't they so much fun to watch. We have a regular visitor that is in nursing mode now.

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