and finally thanks once again to all of you for the kind words regarding the chick who died. It really doesn't bother me. I hunt deer and other game so I can handle a chick dying. I hate to lose it but figured it wouldn't last when I observed the slow development and its overall behavior. Figured it was a matter of time. Really the sooner the better for it so it didn't have to suffer the torment of the other birds. What puzzled me was the timing of the chick dying. It went from running and chirping to me wondering if it was going to take another breath in a matter of 5 minutes. Thanks for all of your input. Another learning experience.
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6/17/13 at 6:48pm