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Shelagh Smith <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 8 Jun 2005 02:08:26 -0700
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I am hearing what Miriam Lawrence is hearing on a
daily basis this year.  I am sure it is a BB Cuckoo
and have made several forays into the woods after it,
with no luck.  What an illusive bird!  I can't place
exactly where the call comes from in the canopy, even
when I seem to be very close to it.

Monday I was startled by a Crow silently zooming close
to the porch, hotly pursued by a male Oriole.

Pink Lady Slippers finally beginning to wane in my
woods.  But I discovered a Pinxter in the "pond".  Now
where do they come from?  I have been scouting this
area for 20 years and this is a first timer.

Shelagh Smith near Fern Lake.


Shelagh in Vermont
Vermont Designs by Shelagh
Knitting Pattern Design Service; Wholesale & Retail Patterns; Classes.

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