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“In Hiding” June 28, 2019

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Bridgett’s link on her blog to mine now reads “In Hiding – Route 153,” and she’s right. I’ve been very much in hiding. Overwhelmed. Mute.

So here I am waving to you.

The RBGBs came back the day I wrote about them, and they are still here. There are at least five males and four females, constantly dropping by the feeder.

It’s been three weeks since I’ve added a species to my list. Quarterly post in a few days.

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1. Dona - June 28, 2019

I am also in hiding. I have been thinking about you and might email or send you a FB message soon.

2. Mali - July 1, 2019

Waving back! I’m catching up just now – hope you’re not too overwhelmed by life. Sending hugs.

3. kmarieh1 - July 3, 2019

Long-distance hide-n-seek is not really working, is it? I have to tell you something silly: whenever you write about RBGBs I don’t think (at first) about the birds. I immediately think Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Thought you should know. It gets confusing.

indigobunting - July 3, 2019

Many do. I understand. I have an RBG action figure on my desk.

4. Helen - July 3, 2019

Glad you’re out (temporarily?) of hiding. Large red and white maple leaf-shaped waves back.


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