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Here are just a couple small photos of birds around the house...mostly the feeder in the front yard. We have tons of cardinals, doves, & finches. :D (scaled down from 12MP version to something a tad more viewable) :D

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Good closeups Andy:thumbsup:
 

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You should see the 12MP version, you can see the wrinkles on each individual foot --- and you can count the corn kernels one-by-one....
 

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excellent close up andy...


my birds...

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mine are definetly not as purty as yours.. but they do taste pretty good with gravy and mashed potatoes...
 

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hey Simple,
Whats those big grey things all over your grass:D
Goonies like them would fetch a couple of hundred bucks apiece at least in my area. Here they get $2.00 for rocks less than the size of a football. Larger ar e priced more. Rocks about softball size are $1.00 each. Garden centers and bulk material places sell em at these prices all day long. Only rocks on y place is what I brought in and except for a few I drug back from a trip to PA, the largest is likewhat would be found in pea greavel and thats from my clay gravel driveway. A restaurant opened up not too long ago and "imported" some big boulders to place around one section of the lawn and drive area, and within a month about half of them wound up gone, and they were of considerable size 30 to 36 inches long and perhaps 18 to 20 inches across and tall. But you can go 100 miles north and find roadways cut through solid rock. Here in my area though, its just sandy loamy soils or prarie clay no rocks, stones or goonies of any kind. Sure makes cutting grass and digging nice.

I used to ley my domestic turkeys free range and after breeding season my heans would always up and dissapear. Here they were running off with the wild Tom and his flock........in no time at all I was left with a flock of Toms, without girl friends. Aint that just like some women though....they like those wild kind of guys! Looked strage seeing a flock of wild turkeys and then have a bunch of bourbon reds or whites in among that flock.
 
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