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Thread subject: What a quiet week!
||09/12/10 02:26 pm
||I just saw the Pale Male photos for yesterday & for the first time, he observed a squirrel eating a bird. Have any of you heard of that before?
||09/12/10 02:38 pm
||I have not heard of that before. It is a great set of pictures by Lincoln as usual.
||09/12/10 03:28 pm
||Oh, my goodness. Must be hard times for squirrels in NY. I didn't even know they were carnivorous. Thought they only ate seeds and nuts. We learn something new every day, huh?
||09/12/10 07:44 pm
||I noticed that too Nancy and was equally surprised.
I knew they would eat insects and birds' eggs but never imagined this. Needs must I suppose.
||09/12/10 07:48 pm
||PS found the glue trap very sad.
||09/12/10 08:27 pm
||Can anyone tell me what those 2 small birds are in Lincoln's Palemale site today? The stripy one on the tree and the one with the yellow chest but dark head, near the end of the page?
Lincoln's very last caption was so sad, I thought.
||09/13/10 12:07 pm
||Yes, I was also sad to read what Lincoln was thinking.
||09/13/10 06:59 pm
||Shelley, I think the stripy bird is a black and white warbler, but it could be a female pine siskin, can't be sure without knowing size, etc. I admit to being stumped on the bird with yellow breast. Never saw anything like it, and I can't find it in my books. Perhaps it's just an Eastern Bluebird with Lincoln's good technicolor? I thought his closing caption was sad, too, but after following him for several years, I'd agree that the birds and nature are all that he lives for. Maybe he was feeling particularly down on human beings on the anniversary of 9/11.
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