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Maury E. Lewis has splendid idea on Kentucky Cardinal spotting

GBBC JUST 31 DAYS AWAY! Time to get preparedGreat Backyard Bird Count is February 12-15, 2010 details on GBBC with photo of beautiful, breakfast time, alarm clock cardinal by Barbara Armitage
About: Birds of Kentucky Nell Hill Cardinal in the Snow

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

Maybe we need to have a contest to see who can make the best picture of the Cardinal in the snow. We the readers could vote and the prize would be just knowing you got the most votes.

Since the Cardinal is the state bird it would be a good place to start getting people ready for "The Great Backyard Bird Count."

Or maybe a photo contest of the most Cardinals in one spot. Since I saw the 10 in my yard some people have said they have seen that many and maybe more in their yard.

s/Maury E. Lewis



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