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Thursday, May 16, 2013
The Band-tailed Pigeon pair is still hard at work nesting in our backyard.
One adult is always on the nest and, when it's time to change, the other flies into our birch tree and glares at us until we pick up our drinks and retreat into our house.
Assured that the coast is clear, he or she flies from the birch on the right into the pyrocantha on the left. The switch occurs, and the relieved bird flies off to do its thing.
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