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Amazing how they find us every year. We're on several acres on this mountain, and yet they find our house year after year -- different generations, I know, but still...

There was a Nature program on PBS a few weeks ago that showed they not only return to the same area, but also the same branch of a tree to nest. They showed a nest where the bottom of it was what was left of last year's nest. They use fur, moss, lichen, and spider webs to make their nests. I've also read somewhere that they will nest below a raptor nest for the safety it provides.

AC *guess they are too small a bite to bother about*
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