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The Thoroughbred Show Podcast Sunday 26th April 2015
Sunday 26th April 2015 - The focus is on the
Panic season. #morningthoughts #recev
A Daily Journal of my Morning thoughts and being.
All the "black" birds will eat just about anything Jeff. Except seed, unless they're really starving. So what I put out for the blackbirds attracts the big guys. Magpies are the worst as they'll take food and bury it for later. So they just keep taking and hiding till nothing's left. Plus they're treacherous buggers. Blackbirds love all fruit, bacon rind ... and ironically egg ! I feed them extra egg to missus blackbird at this time of year, to help her make her own eggs. :p)
Commented back in detail this morning Jeff - looks like Audioboom has lost the response somewhere :( Have to do it all over again - heh ho :/
when we put out food for a picnic it's hard to tell the ants it's not for them. When you say you want put out food for the jacks or blackbirds how do you distinguish what attracts them? Is it large black sunflower seed that brings them in? Panic season is a very fitting title for the sounds in the beginning.
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Thanks for listening! Here's a glistening look and listen with our winter wonderland; more great pictures on the blog.
I really can hear that you have improved how you record stuff. Keep going like this and I certainly think we can do something with Voices.
Puppy breeding - Pc Dave Frost: What's it like having a puppy at home?
Great Message , Thanks
The future of Essex Police’s dog unit looks bright thanks to a litter of new arrivals. For the first time Essex Police has bred a litter of puppies using one of its own dogs – a three-year-old German Shepherd called Xena. http://bit.ly/cwOoat