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Cozbys having great time watching birds

Nancy J Cozby writes:
We have three bird feeders and many suet balls and we are having a great time watching the birds. Even my husband, Jerry Holt, came to me yesterday with our trusty "Birds of Kentucky" book. He was trying to identify one of the woodpeckers. We narrowed it to the Hairy Woodpecker or the Downy Woodpecker. When we looked again it was the bigger one, it was obvious after a second look. Nancy Cozby
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