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The birdbath at Solitaire is buzzing with activity

Rain or shine they are there.  They come in groups proving that birds of a feather flock together. Very rarely do I see a mingling of species. 

I do not have to look out.  Hearing their chirps I know which species is frolicking in our birdbath. The Drongo did take me for a ride though.  It can chirp in several ways including a meow.  The first time I heard it I thought there was a cat in there.  Our beloved Preiti thought so too.  Now we know. 

Watching them frolicking is what I look forward to every day

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