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Old 05-10-2009, 11:44 AM   #41
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I've had some of those also - but I didnt let them in the house. Looks like a good companion for your pup.
Not mine. Got it in an email. Apparently someone came home from work. The deer followed the beagle in through the doggie door..
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Old 05-10-2009, 12:23 PM   #42
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All sorts of critters here, but this is one of our prettiest.
My son got this pic of a Bluebird at our feeder.

Great pic and very pretty bird. I believe "bluebirds" and not 100% blue but have some orange on their chest. As I remember, this one is called an "Indigo Bunting".
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Come home to this...


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That is just the neatest thing. Tell us more about how you came to get the fawn in the first place and then into the house, how long you've had it, and future plans.
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That is just the neatest thing. Tell us more about how you came to get the fawn in the first place and then into the house, how long you've had it, and future plans.
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Not mine. Got it in an email. Apparently someone came home from work. The deer followed the beagle in through the doggie door..
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Old 05-10-2009, 01:53 PM   #45
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Great pic and very pretty bird. I believe "bluebirds" and not 100% blue but have some orange on their chest. As I remember, this one is called an "Indigo Bunting".
Now that you mention it I believe you're correct. My daughter has some "real" Bluebirds nesting in a box and they do look different. We also have some purple finches that are pretty. One recent surprise are two Parakeets. Someone's escaped pets no doubt.
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