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(WTKR)   Stubborn ospreys who kept rebuilding nest in front of traffic camera finally receive spiffy new government housing   (wtkr.com ) divider line
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2014-04-26 12:15:38 PM  
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2014-04-26 07:16:08 AM  
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It was only subsidized housing, not a complete new nest. Section aviate.
2014-04-26 02:16:18 PM  
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LincolnLogolas: abhorrent1: Wait. Aren't Ospreys protected? If so, you can't just destroy their nest and who ever from fish & game allowed them too should be fired.

You can if they haven't laid eggs yet. Same with swallows in California... The little Bastards.


Yeah, swallows are the worst, always leaving coconuts everywhere.
2014-04-26 02:13:51 PM  
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Moving the camera was apparently not an option.
2014-04-26 01:39:41 PM  
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Were also given a free Obamaphone, welfare, and ten million dollars in foodstamps and unemployment so they'll vote Democrat.

/Getting this out now so that someone who thinks it's actually true can't later.
2014-04-26 11:57:47 AM  
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abhorrent1: Wait. Aren't Ospreys protected? If so, you can't just destroy their nest and who ever from fish & game allowed them too should be fired.


The article said since no eggs had been laid, so it was okay. But...

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