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These Jays frequent my garden
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CJ45

Yes I am lucky Jason lots of different species and fun to watch.

jasonchung

How wonderful it must be to see birds visiting your garden, Clive.

Biscotto

No idea. I suddenly lost the taste for meat, then fish, then eggs & cheese... Well: it didn't do me any good.

CJ45

What made you become a Vegan?

Biscotto

What they eat:
Mainly acorns, nuts, seeds and insects, but also eats nestlings of other birds and small mammals.
(from RSPB website)
Carnivorous!!! (well, so am I, I'm afraid - virtually vegan for 13 years and it made me really ill!)

CJ45

Hi Patricia, yes you are correct on both counts I also have a pair of crows that come as well so any thing that is put out on the bird trays disappears quite quickly.

Biscotto

Aren't they gorgeous? But carnivorous!

CJ45

Hi AAAshepherd, I understand that your Jays are different in colour where you live and this started at... http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=1A63Q6FL
You would have paid just under two DM ( Deutsch Marks) at the time. They use Euros now days. So I have not got a clue for the equivalent in to days money sorry.

I bought a stuffed one at a German flea market in 1990 for a dollar(can't remember the German equivalent). I never saw a live one but I treasure the one I have. Many people have seen it and been moved to look further into the bird. We don't have this one in the U.S. THANK YOU

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