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Old 03-23-2011, 08:53 AM   #81
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Thanks for the info Sage...
We don't have the pleasure of viewing those here in Michigan.
I hope you get a few shots of the little ones to share! How long before they surface?
Do the young go in and out for a while or once they see daylight they are off and flying elsewhere?
Do they live elsewhere? like in trees or are they strictly a ground dweller?
Us northerners know nothing about them. Teach.
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