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The network and my server were having a bit of a tif earlier today, got on got throw off about 4 times. On to the good stuff: What bird, worldwide is the most numerous?

-- mitch hearn (moopups@citlink.net), October 23, 2001


I was also having a hard time, it kept saying server could not be found or was busy...

Now I will guess, a sparrow???

-- Melissa (cmnorris@1st.net), October 23, 2001.

Sparrow sounds right, but if not, how about starlings?

-- Cindy (S.E.IN) (atilrthehony@countrylife.net), October 23, 2001.

According to the amount that come to my bird feeders it would be starlings.

-- Jo (mamamia2kids@msn.com), October 23, 2001.

Barn swallow.

-- Tracy (trimmer31@hotmail.com), October 23, 2001.

I'm with Tracie-barn swallow

-- Micheale from SE Kansas (mbfrye@totelcsi.net), October 23, 2001.


-- Laura (LadybugWrangler@hotmail.com), October 23, 2001.

Worldwide is what your missing, and due to puter withdraw the answer is CHICKENS.

-- mitch hearn (moopups@citlink.net), October 25, 2001.

You mean there are places without crows? Where !!!!

-- Laura (LadybugWrangler@hotmail.com), October 26, 2001.

Laura, down here in south Texas, we rarely see crows visit, even in the winter anymore. My personal theory is that their dark color collects too much heat and causes 'instantaneous combustion', but that is only my theory . . .

-- j.r. guerra (jrguerra@boultinghousesimposon.com), October 26, 2001.

J.R. I would love to see that!

-- Laura (LadybugWrangler@hotmail.com), October 26, 2001.

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