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A previous post avout flies in compost reminded me of some bird photos I took a while back. That was a window composting site and teeming with flies and small critters. It attracted lots of wildlives such as birds, groundhogs and coyotes.

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Vermilion flycatcher
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Wonderful, as usual. I love your photos, and your subjects!

My compost is on its way... the fly part is there. Just awaiting beautiful little red birds. :)
 
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