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capewind said:
I am no longer on speaking terms with the neighbor ... read that to mean most of their fish became food and they dont give a hoot, and I sometimes have a hard time biting my tongue. Cant wait til the new neighbor moves in ... hopefully better people!

Our ponds are doing better. The Heron I wrote about back on page one finally left without another meal ... replaced by a Crane, who sadly got away with one of my favorite little guys (a really pretty ginrin) but hasnt been back ... and then on the 14th, we got a new Heron (only in the 20-24" range) and while he still visits, he wont get close to the strings around the ponds...
Sorry to hear about the neighbors fish.....Like you say, hopefully the new neighbors will be better.

Too bad about one of your favorites being taken. Does't it always seem to happen that way? Glad to hear the rest are doing better. Hopefully it stays that way!
 
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According to the MLS system, the neighbors house was pulled from the market last month, so really hoping the sale is going through.

Losing fish as prey is par for the course I guess, as it could have been a lot worse. I didnt have the emotional attachment to these two compared to others out there (only got them June 2012), but they were two of the prettiest ... Both were for the most part white ginrin butterflies. I havent been able to figure out the who yet, but may be missing a couple of others as well since the Cranes visit.
 

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