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    Snake + shovel - head = problem solved.
     
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    I would love another care package! Thank you so much for the offer! It looks so bare.

    I don't really want to kill the snake, I just want it to move, far away. I didn't see it this morning, so I am hoping all my puttering around out there annoyed it so much, it decided to move to a quieter neighborhood. ;)

    I did see some disturbance in my neighbor's lawn. I think the mole/voles have moved. :)
     
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    Also look what I found in my hanging plant. I moved it to the front porch for summer.

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    tazcat70, Jun 22, 2013
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    OK, PM me what you would like, and ask for anything and everything! I have far too much of everything in my ponds. LOL
    Awwww .... what kind of bird is it, do you know? My sister and BIL in WI had a nest and babies, and turns it it was a house finch. Very neat to get to watch them grow and fly away.
     
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    OK. Coming now. :)

    I honestly don't know. I haven't seen the bird yet.
     
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    Looks like a little wren nest.
     
    gardengirl, Jun 23, 2013
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    I keep glancing out at it, but so far no momma bird. :/
     
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    hmmmm you may turn in to there momma :cheerful:
     
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    I was going to say wren....
     
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    If the mom is just now collecting her eggs, like if only 1 or 2 in the nest so far, then she will only sit to lay another one until she has however many she wants before sitting on them to incubate them. Soon you will know for sure!
     
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