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October 14, 2009

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Lana - thanks much! So nice to hear from you.

Lana

Very awesome! Congratulations! I hope your business booms as a result. :)

The Zen Birdfeeder

Wow! Thanks to everyone for the congratulations. You're all so nice!

MaineBirder

Who reads Rolling Stone anyway? Congrats for getting the cover of the magazine! A well deserved honor!

twitter.com/WildBirdFeeders

Very cool! I just subscribed to the Magazine. I hope I made it in time to read your article.

I also wanted to tell the two of you that your website is one of the best I have found. Very informative and well thought out format and content.

Dawn Fine

Congratulations! How very exciting..and may I say you look absolutely lovely on the cover!

Ellen

Congratulations! That's very cool. I like your new profile pic, too, by the way.

Kerri

Congratulations and Well done!

Jane

Typical I lurk...but I just had to say congratulations on your cover story success! How exciting for yall! Well done & well deserved too!

Liz Wanko

Congrats on magazine cover, you girls look awesome. Looks like a great write-up also. Jeez, I can now say I know TWO covergirls. lol

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