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Old 10-31-2013, 07:22 PM   #1
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It's November again! How did that happen already?

What's happening where you are? You will have until December 5th to enter five photos taken in November but don't forget, everyone wants to enjoy your entries all month!

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Old 10-31-2013, 08:05 PM   #2
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I was wondering the same thing...then I realized it is still October! Whew! I didn't lose a day.

...but how is it that tomorrow is already November?!

...oh, and are turkey pics free? ...just wondering, I don't have any, but who knows what the month old bring.
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Old 10-31-2013, 10:06 PM   #3
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Thanks dap! Right! Turkey's are free but they have to be alive!
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Taken at two of my favorite Toledo parks yesterday afternoon
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Turkey's are free but they have to be alive!
LOL! I guess Thanksgiving is coming up. Good call.
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Taken at two of my favorite Toledo parks yesterday afternoon
I can't wait to start seeing nut hatches again.

I especially like your oak leaf hydrangea picture. Beautiful.

...Are you still in Toledo?
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Thanks, dap. No, I'm just here for the weekend. My husband is still on the faculty at UT (but is retiring in May!).
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I didn't think you were away from home for a year or more, but I started to wonder.
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Signs of upcoming winter, I just saw a Downy Woodpecker today at the feeder. While they live here year round they only come to the feeder when it gets cold. Nuthatches, well we have the white-breasted year round but seeing the red-breasted is definitely a sign of impending winter. White-throated sparrow and juncos are others. The finches have disappeared into the woods and are no longer visiting the feeder. There is plenty of seed for them to feast on in the field and the prairie bed.
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I haven't seen any red-breasted yet this year.
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