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- Subject: woodpeckers
- From: Phyllis Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2002 15:16:38 -0800 (PST)
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What a day in my Loris, Sc backyard!
Towhee Male and female
Carolina wren 1
Many sparrows not identified
One yellow bird not identified but similar to vireos
Brown thrasher 6
Fox sparrow 1
Morning doves 5
Downy Male and female
Red-bellied 2 Male and female
1 Male and 1 female Pilated woodpeckers
They were so big and breath-taking.They went to
several trees searching =
for food under the bark near the groundlevel of the
trees.A rare sight =
in my back yard.
What if birds were watching us like we do them? Could we be classified? What would their observation data say?
Smile -you're on Bird's Eye View!
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