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Hello from Perth County, Ontario, Canada (1 Viewer)

Signed up a few days ago and thought it was time I sent my intro in.

I've always enjoyed watching birds (since a pair of robins decided to build a nest in my childhood home front porchlight) but never really got serious about it until my Mother bought several nyger feeders for the goldfinches, and subsequently a hummingbird feeder.

Now I enjoy watching the birds in my own yard and look forward to sharing that enthusiasm with all. I also enjoy photographing them but I'm an amateur at best right now.

Nice to meet you all.

Jenn :hi:
Ontario, Canada
 

Larry Lade

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Hi Jenn,

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We hope you find this site enjoyable and rewarding.
 

Peter C.

...just zis guy, you know?
Hi jenn,

You're practically just down the street from me! (on a 'worldwide' scale). Cool!

I see from your map that you're quite convenient to Mitchell ... the "West Perth Wetlands"* are a great shorebird spot, hope you can get there when things finally melt.

Cheers,
PeteR C.


*translation for non-residents: the former septic ponds.
 
Yes, Mitchell is about a 30 minute jaunt from here as is Waterloo where my husband is enrolled at WLU part time. When stuff thaws out I will look into the Wetlands... never even knew they were there! We go through Mitchell when we are on our way to his parents.

Otherwise we spend a lot of time at L. Huron :)

Jenn

Hi jenn,

You're practically just down the street from me! (on a 'worldwide' scale). Cool!

I see from your map that you're quite convenient to Mitchell ... the "West Perth Wetlands"* are a great shorebird spot, hope you can get there when things finally melt.

Cheers,
PeteR C.


*translation for non-residents: the former septic ponds.
 
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