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Forget it, Tex, about your hanging baskets. Remember my difficulties with the Carolina wrens? I hung a wonderful wren house less than 3' away from their favorite hanging planter---they ignore it & still 'Do It' in my big Xmas Cactus. Also, the only way I can keep them from digging up my plants looking for bugs in the planters is by putting netting around the bottom of the plants. Now, though, I 'net' everything else & I just let them nest in the cactus---and enjoy having them visit & listen to me talk to them from my porch swing only a few feet away. And peeking at their babies is a big bonus!............. Being the bird house kind of person that I am (working on two new ones now), I really like this one. I'll bet the birds do, too. Thanks, Tex................
just lovely! could be robin...
Mr. Woodpecker, of course! Spring fever, Trish, yes?
knock, knock...who's there? thanks for another beautiful puzzle Ms Tex!
Thanks, LJ. The Wild Rose sets it off.
What a cozy little house and garden! Very nice, tex.
I knew you'd love it, I thought of you when I posted it. Thanks!
I love this cute little house! Lucky birds! Thanks, Sis.
Hey, I didn't think of that! Thanks, Warbler, glad you like them, I like yours too.
They can even listen to the rain on the tin roof while they're in there making eggs. Great set, as usual, Tex.
Nothing but first class for these birdies! You're most welcome, RR.
A two-chimney one!! It's real cute tex - I love it! Thanks.
Thank you, Angel, Cheetah, Chooks, Patti & Chickie. I'd love a cute little birdhouse like this, maybe they'd stay out of my hanging baskets!
Now that is one cute little birdhouse.
Lovely! Thank you!!!
My little Cardinal would love this pretty little house, tex!
Spring, ah yes, I remember it well.
Very romantic digs. Some fine-feathered Lothario will be sweet-talking some naive' lady into sharing it with him. Pretty one, tex. Thank you.