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Does wildlife listen to our idle comments?

Postby dave54 » Sun Jun 13, 2010 8:02 pm

Has similar happened to you?

My wife and I were paddling on Walker Lake this morning (the Lassen County one). Weather was perfect -- no wind, sunny but still pleasantly cool, not a cloud in the sky. The waterfowl were abundant, all seemingly with little ones in tow. It is a good year for avian procreation.

We were paddling a short distance up Goodrich Creek trying to get a closer at a pair of Sandhill
Cranes in the meadow. I commented that this is perfect habitat for meadowlarks, yet they are not in abundance here. A few are occasionally seen, but they are not common. Not thirty seconds later my wife told me look at 3:00 at the nearby fence post. Sure enough, a meadowlark -- staring at me, almost mocking my statement by bursting into song. :lol:
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Re: Does wildlife listen to our idle comments?

Postby Bad Man From Bodie » Tue Jun 15, 2010 3:13 pm

Isnt there a movie out there called Dr. Doolittle or something like that :D ?
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