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29/Apr/11 12:40 AM
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For the eagle watchers, the #1 eaglet from the hatchery picked up a large branch mama had dropped on eaglet 3 and move it about five inches. I'm also watching younger eagles on upstream cam #2.
29/Apr/11 12:55 AM
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Do you know the names of the three wise monkeys? They are: Mizaru (See no evil),
Mikazaru (Hear no evil)
and Mazaru (Speak no evil).
29/Apr/11 1:02 AM
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I never knew they had names, Appy!
29/Apr/11 1:06 AM
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It was very sad going to the Norfolk, VA eagle site yesterday and seeing an empty nest. I wonder how often this type of thing happens to other eagle families and no one ever knows. At least these eaglets were removed to a More...
29/Apr/11 1:11 AM
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What a marvelous picture! A pristine volcanic lagoon. It's nice to see that people aren't foolish enough to build homes on those shores.
29/Apr/11 1:12 AM
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Kathy, I wonder how the father eagle is doing.
He lost all... his mate and his offspring.
29/Apr/11 1:16 AM
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I'm surprised that they still had the camera on, Kathy. I saw the empty nest yesterday, too. The eaglets were big and healthy, and not too many weeks from fledging, so there's no reason why they wouldn't be released. All they have to do is prove that they can catch live prey (like a released More...
29/Apr/11 1:20 AM
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We are under a tornado watch until 3:00 pm this afternoon. Almost unheard of in this area. At the moment we are experiencing strong winds and heavy rain. The destruction in other East Coast states has been horrific. Scary stuff.
29/Apr/11 1:22 AM
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I read some comments at the Norfolk site that bothered me. A bunch of people, including the Mods, were saying that only people can mourn or feel grief, so the father will just move on. How unfeeling can those clods get! Animals have feelings, too, and feel grief.
29/Apr/11 1:24 AM
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Shiela, the eagle dad came back to the nest with a fish. He kind of looked around and called out a few times, then flew off. The moderators on the site kept reminding people that he doesn't have human emotions, is not grieving, and will no doubt be looking for another mate when appropriate. He may use the same nest next year.
29/Apr/11 1:29 AM
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That's what I was reading, too, Heidi (obviously)!

I can only tell you that when I had birds (parakeets, finches) if one died, the others didn't seem to care one way or another. They also accepted replacements well. Several were mated pairs and had the same attitude.
29/Apr/11 1:34 AM
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I really hope this is the case, Kathy.
I tend to agree with Heidi, but hopefully birds are different. I had a cat who mourned my other cat when she got hit on the road in front of him. Sat all the next day on the sofa with his eyes half open - never sleeping.
29/Apr/11 1:36 AM
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But those birds don't mate for life like Eagles do. Just because animals don't have human emotions doesn't mean that they don't have any emotions at all. People who believe that often use it as a justification to abuse animals.
29/Apr/11 1:36 AM
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I think it's different with domesticated animals. I know full well dogs and cats can grieve.
We had a pair of swans at our local park/pond. The female was hit by a car in the parking lot. They introduced another female not long after and she was accepted by the male with no problem.
29/Apr/11 1:43 AM
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29/Apr/11 1:56 AM
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Thank you to all who approved of my wedding attire. Jane, how could I have forgotten the crocs????!!!! I had silver torture devices on my feet. Crocs it is...neon pink.
29/Apr/11 1:57 AM
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But swans are community animals. They tend to live in flocks most of the time. Just because they accept a companion doesn't mean that they haven't felt grief upon losing their mate.
29/Apr/11 1:58 AM
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Little mama cat just helped me celebrate Karen's day. I am glad TM has gone to town. She might not have survived that one.
29/Apr/11 1:58 AM
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Grieving ends, too. For all creatures, including people. A cousin of ours lost his wife to cancer. He grieved, then met a wonderful woman and remarried. Life goes on.
29/Apr/11 2:01 AM
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Heidi, I would like to think he would mourn in his way, then nature would take over and he would move on. I do believe animals have feelings. The mama cows that lost one twin didn't really mourn their loss. One cow that lost her baby after a week really hasn't recovered. She never gained weight after she lost the calf...we weren't able to sell her the other day with the other childless cows.
29/Apr/11 2:02 AM
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This pets without feelings/emotions seems to not pertain to NO Max. The dog had a run in with a skunk last night and lost, then he went for a swim this morning, then wanted to love on me when I was attempting to load the Things in the car. For some reason, No Max does not like magszines. I keep one More...
29/Apr/11 2:03 AM
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I also had a goose, who love me so much, no one was allowed near me, even when I was inside and he/she was outside. If anyone got too close he/she would go wild and attack. I think it was a she. If Man came too close, while we were inside she would attack the door or try to get in a window. It was amusing some days.
29/Apr/11 2:06 AM
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Today I will be packing for Colorado. Little missy called and asked me to help distribute cupcakes at school for her birthday. I trumped Grandma! How could I say no! Then on to Denver for a full week of appointments and visits. TM is complaining loudly, but I'm sure he will survive.
29/Apr/11 2:09 AM
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Really don't believe the saying that animals do not have feelings. Who studies these things and how do they know, what an animal is or is not feeling. We all express in different ways. Look how we react to weather, mostly bad weather. I cannot change it, so I just keep on going. Were others fret More...
29/Apr/11 2:10 AM
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We will watch the wedding Saturday evening through the magic of DVR.
29/Apr/11 2:10 AM
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Oh. On the way to the conference yesterday, I got a call from the hospital. I did not get the job. I have already made some plans on how to regroup an move on.
29/Apr/11 2:12 AM
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Karen: Just the thought boggles my mind.
29/Apr/11 2:12 AM
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So sorry to hear that, Sarah Beth. Something good, if not better, will present itself.
29/Apr/11 2:15 AM
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Isn't that skunk smell wonderful? Dogs seem to love to share it, too.
29/Apr/11 2:16 AM
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Sorry HalT. I do enjoy my strange, normal for me life.

Sarah Beth, sorry about the job. Though the crocs (which I do not care for) sound like a prefect accessary for the wedding. If I get my dress out, it is black and while and plan on wearing pick slippers. My crown was lent to a Thing, so they are looking for it for me.
29/Apr/11 2:19 AM
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BTW.... Kathy.... it looks like you were right, and Fiona was wrong. Plum's birthday notice is up here on Thursday, not Saturday.

Off to change avatars......
29/Apr/11 2:19 AM
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There are just some things, I just wish wasn't shared with me.

No Max does have a tendency to find dead things and bring them to the house, wallow in it for a while and then wants to share with me. Why me? No Max is the Things dog, he should be sharing with them, seems they do not mind.
29/Apr/11 2:22 AM
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Plum! Here's wishing you a wonderful 2 day Sudoku style celebration.
29/Apr/11 2:30 AM
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So sad about the eagles ,Vici.I've been watching the Decorah family, and I sure hope nothing bad happens to them.
29/Apr/11 2:47 AM
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All right! Time to get Plum into her birthday finery!

Suit up, birthday girl!
29/Apr/11 2:51 AM
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At least the survival of the eaglets in ensured. They would probably not have made it if left to one parent alone.
29/Apr/11 2:51 AM
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Ooooooh, Kathy...... I could easily imagine myself wearing that outfit. Tho' I might have second thoughts about wearing the shoes in public.
29/Apr/11 2:55 AM
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Look who's brought the refreshments!
29/Apr/11 2:59 AM
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There. I think that gets everything off to a good start. Oh, forgot the balloons....
29/Apr/11 3:01 AM
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