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    • #37008
      tenderreed
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      Seemed to be absent for some time.  Yesterday hundreds and hundreds just showed up and are quite noisy!
      Hmm

      TR

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    • #37012
      Tammie
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      Creepy — like the horror movie “The Birds” by Hitchcock right? B-) :unsure:

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    • #37015
      tenderreed
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      Maybe a sign!

      TR

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      • #37017
        Tammie
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        Nothing here, cept for battening down the hatch for Sally coming to call! :mdrmdr: I would not like the bird horde— stay inside just in case they decide to attack :calvin

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    • #37018
      tenderreed
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      Love birds!  Always feeding them.

      TR

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    • #37019
      Kent
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      Yeah. I enjoy the birds too. I keep the birdbath clean and full. I feed them black sunflower seeds. It’s a cheep hobby.  I also had many, many birds in my yard today.

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    • #37023
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      I’ve got many, many raindrops in mine. Hello, Sally! 🌀 ☂☂

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    • #37032
      Kent
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      Cheep/cheap hobby. Birds? Didn’t anyone notice the pun, or did it really lay an egg?  Just in case, I cannot and will not let a pun go unnoticed!

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    • #37035
      Kent
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      Next time I’ll use an emoji. How do you drag those little guys from below into the text?

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      • #37040
        Tammie
        Participant

        Just touch the emoji and it appears in the text! :good:

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    • #37038
      tenderreed
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      Your alright bro, I don’t care what they say about you!

      Love the pun, for sure!

      Bird lovers are special people.  Also love salt water fish.  So lovely and calming.

      Love finches in particular, raised pigeons as a kid!

      If the Holy Spirit can represent himself as a dove, I’ll take it!

      TR

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    • #37043
      Kent
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      Here goes: :yahoo:

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    • #37044
      Kent
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      Thanks Tammie. :good:

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    • #37048
      Arthur
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      All I’ve got are ill tempered hummingbirds.

      Can’t wait to see the heavenly ones. They won’t be so cranky and aggressive. :wacko:

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      • #37050
        Geri7
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        Hahaha its the male humming birds that are aggressive … the females are meek.  They are all cutie pies.  I’m going to miss them … they started their journey south … I still keep the sugar water feeder out for the stragglers (aka Canadian ones) that are passing through. ;-)

        I used to put out sunflower seeds, etc. for the other birds, but it attracts the mice and chipmunks.  Since I don’t have a garage I don’t want my vehicle damaged with them making their home underneath my vehicle.

        I used to see the woodpeckers, yellow finch, blue bunting & cardinals … I miss them … can’t wait for heaven and the restored earth to enjoy the birds once more.  To think they might be talking to us like in the Garden of Eden.  I base this theory on if Eve wasn’t afraid when the snake was talking to her … surely this could be an indication the animals and birds were talking as well. :whistle:

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    • #37051
      tenderreed
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      Would love to fly away this week!

      Still uncertain!  Hate it when that happens!

      TR

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      • #37055
        Geri7
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        I hear ya … I do have high hopes though this week and weekend for a FOT rapture :popcorn

        However, if we are still here after Sunday, Sept 20th … :cry:    I’m pondering if we need to be here for when the rest of “the many” join and they have ANOTHER “peace and safety” signing? :unsure:   And at that time the G/M Forces are at the ready and we go home before the attack? :unsure:

         

        I saw this interesting chart … October 28, 2020 could be “get in the ark day” :mail:  … when sudden destruction comes …

        – Fair Use –

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    • #37052
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Guess the air quality grounded them?!

      TR

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    • #37062
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      One of the nice things about living in Georgia is all the variety of birds, from pileated woodpeckers down to the tiny hummingbirds. Many are very colorful and others have beautiful songs. The “mighty” wren greats with its bold song in the morning and the owls clamor at night. The Barred (not Barn) owls get into a hissy fit and sound like a bunch of angry chimpanzees. Quite comical. I am greatly looking forward to seeing the birds (and butterflies) that God has in Heaven!

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    • #37078
      tenderreed
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      Amen to that!

      TR

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    • #37119
      Kent
      Participant

      I love to hear each of the bird’s songs. I especially like the Redwinged Blackbird. There was a raucous Bluejay in the backyard this morning. They are beautiful and sure make their presence known. I have to keep an eye out for the Hawk. I fear for my little dog. The diversity is amazing. As I have mentioned before, I taught Biology. I always told the students that the diversity of life due to evolution was  not remotely possible. I told them God created it all. While I taught evolution, as I was required by the state, I was sure to point out all of the holes in the theory. I never got any blowback from parents or administration. I also always said “Amen” loudly after the moment of silence at the beginning of the day. No problem ever with that!  And it was public school. I wouldn’t have stopped anyway.

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    • #37120
      Kent
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      I should have said “I couldn’t have stopped.”

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    • #37124
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      Kent, the interesting thing about Blue Jay is that they have two “songs”, the noisy cacophonous sound we all know but they also have a very serene “flutie” like sound that is calming and very pleasant. This bird falls into the “one mans trash is another mans treasure” category. Those of us who grew up around it see it more of a nuance, yet people from around the world travel to the USA just to photograph it.

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    • #37127
      Kent
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      Yohanan, I went to YouTube to hear the other sound.  It is pleasant. I don’t mind the other rowdy sound they are known for. Their feathers are beautiful. Thanks for the info

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