Rose is Rose by Don Wimmer and Pat Brady for April 19, 2024

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    rasputin's horoscope  2 months ago

    My birdbath could use a watch-owl.

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    Nachikethass  2 months ago

    My birdbath has crows and ravens interspersed with smaller birds, all looking for relief from our 40C heat. We also have a flock of wild peafowl we feed and one of them has this habit of standing in the water (it’s not big enough for a peahen) and the crows harass her by pulling on her tail feathers. Our 6 cats are generally chill and do not bother them mostly, though the youngest one does covet the sparrows!

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  2 months ago

    It’s more likely to kill the little bird than watch it.

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    fjc007  2 months ago

    Owls eat small birds. Danger little birdie!

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    Doctor Toon  2 months ago

    A friend is build a Catio for us so the cats can go out and get a better look at the birdbath and the yard

    We get rabbits and squirrels too

    The kitties will be able to look, but not touch

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    daleandkristen  2 months ago

    My bird feeders could a watch owl too. Those pesky squirrels!!!!

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    PaulGoes  2 months ago

    The cat says that about everything

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    DKHenderson  2 months ago

    I wonder if anyone has every gotten a shot of an owl using a birdbath? On a differing topic: it just occurred to me the other day that, with all the focus on the little red (and sometimes blue) birds, we have never seen them nesting and raising families. Or, for that matter, the squirrels. (I would love to see Son of Murphy.)

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