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Bill Anderson

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A brown creeper was creeping (what else) up the side of the Douglas's fir closest to the back deck.



The creepers was practically invisible against the bark of the Dug fir.

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Bill Anderson

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My birding continues to be limited to the back deck. Thursday (10-8-2020) my son put nuts out on the railing so I could take photos from the dining room through the sliding glass door.

Unfortunately the nuts eventually attract eastern gray squirrels as well as birds.


Steller's jays are not intimidated by the squirrels.


Three or four of the Blues Brothers dropped by for a snack.



I am not the only one who likes watching wildlife on the back deck.

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