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  6. <modified>2013-05-06T22:52:53Z</modified>
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  8. <title type="text/plain" mode="xml">Continuum of birds</title>
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  11. <name>jay</name>
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  14. <issued>2013-05-06T22:52:41Z</issued>
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  16. <content type="text/html" mode="escaped"><![CDATA[ <p>We observed a variety of stages of development today during nest check.<br />
  17. Gourd A had 6 eggs.<br />
  18. Gourds B,C,D,E - still no sign of eggs.<br />
  19. Gourd F has 2 fresh babies.<br />
  20. Gourd G had 5 young.<br />
  21. Gourd H empty<br />
  22. Gourd I 4 young, J 2 young, K 6 young, L 5 young.
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  27. <title type="text/plain" mode="xml">Eggs - no foolin'</title>
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  33. <issued>2013-04-01T20:13:50Z</issued>
  34. <modified>2013-04-01T20:13:50Z</modified>
  35. <content type="text/html" mode="escaped"><![CDATA[ <p>Finally got around to a nest check - and here is the egg tally:<br />
  36. Gourd G: 5 eggs<br />
  37. Gourd I: 5 eggs<br />
  38. Gourd K: 6 eggs</p>
  39. <p>This is relatively less eggs than last year at this time - possibly the record cold month has delayed activity...</p>
  40. <p>Around 10 birds hanging out the colony afterwards.
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  45. <title type="text/plain" mode="xml">First nest check of 2013</title>
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  48. <name>jay</name>
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  51. <issued>2013-03-01T18:12:04Z</issued>
  52. <modified>2013-03-01T18:12:04Z</modified>
  53. <content type="text/html" mode="escaped"><![CDATA[ <p>Only one small surprise during yesterday's nest check - one female martin staying in a gourd (J) while the houses were lowered, and did not fly out until the lid/cap was unscrewed by landlord Jim. Quite a surprise for both! Normally, adult Purple Martins leave their gourds when the process starts. Looks like around 8 Purple Martins hanging around at this point, more expected before eggs start getting produced.
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  58. <title type="text/plain" mode="xml">Arrival 2013</title>
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  64. <issued>2013-01-22T01:08:31Z</issued>
  65. <modified>2013-01-22T01:08:31Z</modified>
  66. <content type="text/html" mode="escaped"><![CDATA[ <p>2 martins (Male, Female) stopped by for a few minutes today to check out the houses. It's the first 2 birds of 2013 here, even though they have been seen in and around the State of Florida for several weeks - including a first in the Nation report from Viera.
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  71. <title type="text/plain" mode="xml">First batch of fledglings out</title>
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  74. <name>jay</name>
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  77. <issued>2012-04-30T21:44:58Z</issued>
  78. <modified>2012-04-30T21:44:58Z</modified>
  79. <content type="text/html" mode="escaped"><![CDATA[ <p>During today's nest check, we found a fair number of gourds had fledged:<br />
  80. 27 fledged birds<br />
  81. 1 dead young<br />
  82. 15 young still in gourds<br />
  83. 17 eggs - 10 in one gourd, 7 in another!
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