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Consider the similarities between our children spreading their wings and driving off to college or going to work and all the young birds we have been so intently observing as they mature and leave their nests and parents-- forever.  The nurturing and training these dedicated parents provide is amazing in all of the animal and bird kingdoms.  There are a few reptiles that simply reproduce their young and leave them to fend on their own with no further contact.  Some odd things like that survive very well.
Sandra and I have been watching from our deck in Hoisington and the ...

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