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"we have a mourning dove that lost its mate. We watched in horror at a hawk swooped down and grab it up taking it away..The one dove stayed here in our yard and has done so for several years now even through these hard winters..Its as if she or he ( we don't know the sex) is waiting for the mate to return..Its a sad thing to see it alone...Other doves frequent the yard but eventually leave after eating but she or he remains here..It will sit on the rail of my porch and watch me in the window..I feel terrible about this..I worry about the winters here and have had my son build a you think that eventually it will find a home in it or am I grasping at straws ?"
"Oscar Hoijer"

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