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Posted on: 10:10:24 AM 4/9/2009

I always wanted to raise some chicks, but can't talk my husband into it. Cute story about Spencer.
I live in Virginia. Married 18 years with a 12 year old son and 7 year old daughter. We used to have more pets, but in time are now down to 1 hors...

Posted on: 6:02:52 PM 4/8/2009

"Freedom" is perfect!!
I've just been watching them, and Freedom is Huge!! Hot,too, I think from being under Justice. Shes feeding baby Freedom right now. I can't get over how much that baby grows each day.

Posted on: 1:19:19 PM 4/8/2009

Maybe we'll have to name the baby Cootie or Cooter or something that has to do with that bird. But that wouldn't be a very majestic name, so I guess we need something along the lines of Liberty & Justice. What do yo...

Posted on: 6:47:46 PM 4/7/2009

Many years ago I had a Shih Tzu. We had an indoor cat and a barn cat that she loved. She wasn't around dogs, so she thought she was a cat. They loved her as much as she...

Posted on: 10:14:11 AM 4/7/2009

I just checked in. The clock on the camera says 9:06, an hour earlier than my time in Virginia. Someone apparently is operating the wide angle camera. They were moving the view around. I wish you could see whats going on. Right now they have it aimed...

Posted on: 7:17:45 PM 4/6/2009

I'm glad that your friend was able to help you. They call the other camera view "wide cam". Right now its just a picture, no movement. Its really neat though because you can see a distant view of the nest high above the water. It gives the illusion ...

Posted on: 12:53:06 PM 4/6/2009

Have you checked it out recently, razz? They have both eagle cams working. And now there's a big fish in the nest.

Posted on: 9:58:02 AM 4/6/2009

Sorry that it didn't work out for you!

Your not kidding about the Coots! 3/4 of the nests surface is covered with them. Even if the others had hatched, it would be too much. They sure are good parents. The baby is growing.

Posted on: 5:14:46 AM 4/6/2009

Thank you for your input. It helps to hear it from someone that has experience with both breeds. I'm hoping that when I call today they will give the foster mom my number so I can ask her a few questions. But, will she tell me in all honesty what I ...

Posted on: 11:47:13 PM 4/5/2009

Update....We've decided not to get the puppy. Maybe after I finish dog sitting for my brother I'll adopt a different one.

Having doubts! Especially after reading about how stubborn and destructive they can be.
I am starting to wonder...

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