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Fruits of October

October 8, 2013
By Randy Lewis (randylewis113@gmail.com) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Just yesterday I heard the chuckle of a pair of traveling robins. The birds were perched high in the now-empty apple trees, and they were seeking the bright red cherry-like fruit on our backyard bushes. Every October the traveling birds stop by our yard for this feast of juice and nutrition before they move on to their winter habitat. I get to watch them gorge themselves because one of those berry-laden bushes is right next to a window, offering us an up-close view of hungry birds gobbling red cherries, stretching their necks to reach more and more until the bushes are empty of fruit.

 
 

 

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