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Fun in the Mud: 9/19/04

After breakfast, I took Sean to Sulphur Creek because he's been asking to see the owls all week long. With the recent rains, though, the birds were rather put out and weren't as talkative as they had been last week. However, the turkey and the ducks thought the change in weather was something wonderful and they were far more active than usual. Sean spent a long time watching them.

We did get to see the release of three rehabilitated birds: two towhees and a robin. That was probably the highlight of this week's trip.

He also had to stop to jump in every mud puddle possible. He had to make mud pies. He had to pick up muddy rocks and leaves. By the time we got home for lunch, I had to completely change his clothes as he was covered nearly head to toe in mud.

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