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Walter Medwid <[log in to unmask]>
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The near 80 degree temperatures have brought hundreds of ladybugs out of
the siding's cracks and crevices. A phoebe has been working the sides of
the house in search of the easy meals. One bird broke into its spring call
note for about a minute. A female harrier cruised by very closely. It
looked very big that close up. White crowned sparrows are enjoying the
winter rye seeds  I planted in the garden. Peepers are calling from their
hibernation locations in the woodlands. From the border....Derby/Lake
Memphremagog.

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