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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Taters and Birds

I helped plant a row of potatoes.

I saw a crow watching us. 
I think he wants to eat my potatoes!

"Get Out of My Garden!"

 I don't share with crows and I don't share with squirrels!!
Grrrrr,
Wyatt


17 comments:

  1. Crows are just flying cats. Don't let them NEAR your garden.

    XXXOOO Bella & Roxy

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  2. Hi Wyatt
    Wowee you got a head start on your garden already! You planted tatters,,, well you keep telling those crows they need to move on!
    love
    tweedles

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  3. You gotta set boundaries! Those moochers will eat everything and leave you with just weeds if you don't let them know right off they are NOT welcome!

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  4. You tell them Wyatt!!! We think you got the point across!!

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  5. Crows are evil! Good for you for telling them off, Wyatt!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  6. Bravo and well said Wyatt. We know those sneaky tree rats and birdies are stealing our plantings this time of year. Need to keep a beady one open all the time. Vermin patrol is never ending. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  7. hey did you see your shadow on the tree in that second photo - it looks jut like a little black puppy is helping you :)

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  8. Maybe you can teach Bailey and Katy how to plant.

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  9. EXCELLENT work Wyatt. The Planting was super and the Crow needs to stay AWAY from your hard paw work.

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  10. You and Pops better make a scared crow to stand in your garden
    Snorts,
    Lily & Edward

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  11. I'm not really a good potato-farmer, I eat them ad throw it around. But you're right the crow will steal your potatoes, they are called crow(d)-pullers too

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  12. Crows are sassy and always nosey. I have heard they like to steal shiny things but I'm not sure about taters.

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  13. Wyatt,

    You would need to tell my mom that if she let me go in her garden, she probably would not have crows or squirrels or rodents problems.

    June

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  14. That's right Wyatt. Show the crows what you mean about them. Have a great day.

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