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From Gradyville, KY, where the kingbirds thrive

Mary Keltner writes:
Looks like the pair of birds that just finished building a nest on top of one my porch pillars. Mama bird is now perched on the nest doing her job while Daddy bird brings her food. I am looking forward to hearing the chirping when the eggs hatch! - Mary Keltner - From Gradyville, KY, where the kingbirds thrive.
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This story was posted on 2012-06-10 11:02:25
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