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Baby Catbirds!

I fancy I have a special relation with The Catbird, as I described back in 2015. Last summer, however, he seemed to abandon us; there were few around, and there was a dearth of the imitative singing they offer. 917 more words

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WELCOME TO PATTI PAPOWS SEASIDE POLLINATOR GARDEN!

Forty Oaks is the name given long ago to Patti and Jeff Papows lovely home, nestled on a hill overlooking the Atlantic. Many grand old oaks still surround the updated Shingle-style “seaside cottage.” Over the years the gardens have grown in beauty and maturity, with the newest addition being the native plants pollinator paradise–Common Milkweed center stage. 150 more words

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WHAT SHE PINNIN'

Miss me? Time to break the silence with a little WSP.

Clockwise from top left: 1. Céleste Wallaert’s illustrations are the perfect blend of whimsy and pop culture. 47 more words

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KIM SMITH POLLINATOR GARDEN PROGRAM FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THURSDAY EVENING

Please join me Thursday evening, August 10th, at 7:00pm, at the Peabody Institute Library, South Branch. I will be giving my talk about how to create a garden to benefit a host of  40 more words

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Maekit To Make It Two On End At Muswellbrook

A very good betting race finishes off the card at Muswellbrook on Sunday and it is definitely worth waiting for. We have the race down as a high confidence betting affair where we can concentrate our efforts around 2 runners for a result across the race. 190 more words

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