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Late post, but here's the "short and long", the "big and Little",  the "small and tall" , or to us the 2 Very Best of the 20 specie sightings from the sunporch at the Bean Lake cabin on
  Labor Day...the ONE "short-little-small"  RED BREASTED NUTHATCH (stayed all afternoon around the peanut feeder, a no-show the next day)...and then the "big-long-tall" GREAT HORNED OWL grabbing up leopard frogs on the dry but damp weedy ole lake bottom. 
  What a contrast! In between were the usuals for this time of year.
   
  From Jan.1 '07 thru Sep. 3, we have  82 species on the cabin count...down a little from '06..may catch up if we get some rain and a little water back out front.
   
  Mix in rabbits, squirrels, deer, possums, raccoons, coyotes and one loud crowing rooster from across the way... and that's life in the slow lane at the cabin.
   
  later,
   
  Frances and Georgia
  Platte County
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