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Using Bone Ashes in the Garden. 12.9.18
Never mind. I googled owl pellets and learned a lot!
By coincidence, PBS had owls featured on it's weekly Nature show last night! So very interesting. I learned a lot. I only wish they would have explained owl pellets. I recently learned they aren't "poop", but regurgitated. True?
Have fun, Patricia!
I've got owls nearby. I can often hear them at night. They make me a little nervous though because they look at small dogs and think What foods these morsels be.
Daiel, I have been "certified" by the Nat. Wildlife Soc. for having a backyard habitat. Is that the same thing?
Regarding owls, every once in a blue moon, I hear one. Wish I had a pair close by.
Barn Owls sound like a good animal to encourage when one has a rodent problem.
Our dawdling amaryllis finally bloomed in time for Valentine's Day.
Atheist camelias coming out
Why thank you so much, Joan! I'll pass that on to them today. I have forgotten what all is on their website. I think I've mentioned the land has been in our family for 150 years--once over 700 acres, now shrunk to 120 owned by me (us). When my SIL began taking over the sustainable farming part of it (about half), he INSISTED on naming the farm after my mother's maiden name (Silverthorn). I tried to talk him out of it, but to no avail. How fortunate I am that my daughter choose him 10 years ago. As I have said over and over, "Who would have thunk it?" (the outcome).
Silverthorn FarmJust received my first post from Silverthorn Farm. Your kids have a wonderful farm and Facebook page, Randy.
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