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    Quote Originally Posted by Czevski View Post
    The squirrels get more inventive!



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    And the rhododendron are now in full bloom.

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    I just love to watch these squirrels in action! They are just too funny to watch trying to jump from one obstacle to another for a treat!!

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    Now 2 rose-breasted grosbeaks are in my yard.



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    And I saw this critter on my park walk. I think it is a groundhog.

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    Love that Grosbeak, Czevski!! It has just beautiful markings!

    And what critter is that...a ground hog?

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    Working on my backyard...my Irises needs about another 2-3 days to bloom!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Czevski View Post
    The squirrels get more inventive!



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    And the rhododendron are now in full bloom.

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    Absolutely love those photos of yours Czevski. In the last photo, are those birch trees? My favourite tree in the northern hemisphere.
    The closest we get to that in Australia is the ghost gum, also a tree I love to photograph.
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    Yes, the trees are birch. I don't know if there care different kinds or it was marketing, but we planted a canoe birch clump there about 35 years ago. We had to nurse it through the various birch diseases that devastated many birches, but it looks great now.

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    We have had several of our birch trees go down. It's such a shame, because these trees are really beautiful to see. Several of our neighbors down the street have revived their trees and so far so good! We also have several birch trees on our property up North...and those seem to be making a comeback!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey View Post
    We have had several of our birch trees go down. It's such a shame, because these trees are really beautiful to see. Several of our neighbors down the street have revived their trees and so far so good! We also have several birch trees on our property up North...and those seem to be making a comeback!
    Luckily silver birch trees grow quite quickly. Will you be replanting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown View Post
    Luckily silver birch trees grow quite quickly. Will you be replanting?

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    No probably not that type of tree anymore. It seems too fragile. We had 4 of them in our front yard alone and it was a lot of work to maintain.

    If any tree....I'd love to have a purple flowering tree planted in my front my yard. They are so pretty to look at it with the tiny flowers on the branches...they look like they glow in the dark because they are so bright. If not that, I would love a Japanese Maple tree...although there are tons of varieties to pick from with that!

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    We have one out front of the house, we call it Alby . Wet, I know, something to do with its botanic name. For some reason we tend to give names to things around the house. My wife drives a Toyota Corolla. Calls him Rolly To get back onto topic. Alby is only two years old and thankfully looks quite healthy.
    Just went out to take a picture of our young silver birch with the iPad. Not a good photo as I could hardly see the tree with the reflection on the iPad screen

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    Another week left of Autumn here and his leaves are just starting to turn. Last year was a beautiful yellow all over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The OB View Post
    We have one out front of the house, we call it Alby . Wet, I know, something to do with its botanic name. For some reason we tend to give names to things around the house. My wife drives a Toyota Corolla. Calls him Rolly To get back onto topic. Alby is only two years old and thankfully looks quite healthy.
    Just went out to take a picture of our young silver birch with the iPad. Not a good photo as I could hardly see the tree with the reflection on the iPad screen

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    Another week left of Autumn here and his leaves are just starting to turn. Last year was a beautiful yellow all over.

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    Great pic of Alby, Andrew! It sure does look healthy and very well taken care of!

    Hard to believe that Autumn is almost over and winter is coming your way there...we haven't even reached summer yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The OB View Post
    We have one out front of the house, we call it Alby . Wet, I know, something to do with its botanic name. For some reason we tend to give names to things around the house. My wife drives a Toyota Corolla. Calls him Rolly To get back onto topic. Alby is only two years old and thankfully looks quite healthy.
    Just went out to take a picture of our young silver birch with the iPad. Not a good photo as I could hardly see the tree with the reflection on the iPad screen

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    Another week left of Autumn here and his leaves are just starting to turn. Last year was a beautiful yellow all over.

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    I like your wife's thinking here.....we called our Ford explorer Cookie, for Captain Cook who was an explorer.....my hubby's car which was a black SS wagon was called the hearse for obvious reasons. Lots of things in our yard have their own names!

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