exoctic nector "theft"

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Subject: exoctic nector "theft"
From: Brian Fleming <>
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 00:49:36 +0000
In 2000, we did not see a single sparrow! But I did see a mouse in 
someone's graveled front "garden.

Brian Fleming

On 17/10/2017 11:11 AM, Penny Brockman wrote:
> In Central London in the 80s, House Sparrows did this to my Magnolia 
> stellata blossoms before they opened. Ruined the flowers of course.  
> Had to net.
> Penny in Gloucester, Australia.

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