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Friday, May 26, 2006

Update on Life in the Gutter

Sadly those little hatchlings didn't make it and the other eggs disappeared as well. There had been some hard rain and chilly evenings that followed their birth. Paul cleared out what remained of the nesting material and nothing new has been started. He did see some eggs at the other end of the gutter when he was up on the roof again and he just left them. Those eggs were spread apart, each in a little depression in the straw that made up the long nest.


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