As far as the Morning Doves go, They were such a pleasure. You probably noticed that the pictures are from two different years. The third year I did not get my basket out soon enough. There were eggs in the driveway April 3rd. It is a West facing covered porch which gets really hot. My husband would water the pot each day talking very calmly. I believe the rocks in the flower bed are part of this little habitat. Over the last few years we have had volunteer Holly, Juniper and now a couple of Pine starts in that corner. The only one of these that we grow is the Holly and they are in the back.
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Great pictures, how lucky to have the Morning Dove nesting in the hanging plant. We seldom view the young since they do not fledge until they are adult size. Thank for sharing. Nancy A. Brown
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> For those of you who are interested I have my web site www.wildshots.net > up and running. There are now easy pictures to view of the Cooper (thank > you to those who helped identify). Also, there are pictures of an immature > eagle feasting on fish at the Cape. These are actually pictures of > pictures so the quality is not great but worth a look. Again, thanks for > all the input, Anita Mueller
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