I am so happy Forum is back up! I had stopped checking until today. Yaaay!

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LisaJ
Posts: 80
Joined: Fri Apr 06, 2018 9:47 am
Location: North Texas

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Dave Duit
Posts: 1849
Joined: Tue Nov 25, 2003 2:02 pm
Location: Iowa / Nevada
Martin Colony History: In 2020, 60 pair with 285 fledged youngsters. 83 total cavities available, 58 Troyer Horizontal gourds and 4 modified deep trio metal house units, 1 fallout shelter, owl cages around all units. Martin educator and speaker. President and founder of the Iowa Purple Martin Organization. Please visit www.iamartin.org and join.

I go through forum withdrawal too. Good to see everything is going well.
Mite control, heat venting, predator protection and additional feeding during bad weather add up to success.
BioJoe
Posts: 132
Joined: Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:18 pm
Location: PA/Erie

still dealing with a few issues under the hood. it's always the case when we do software upgrades. this upgrade was necessary to maintain the security of the website.

thanks for hanging in there with us!

Joe, PMCA
flyin-lowe
Posts: 2996
Joined: Wed Mar 29, 2006 8:49 am
Location: Indiana/Henry Co.

oops, duplicate
2020 Currently 42 nest, 110 babies, 64 eggs left to hatch(6-22-20) HOSP count-8
2019- 31 Pair over 100 fledged
2018- 15 pair last count 49 fledged
2017 3 SY pair nested, 12 eggs total, fledged 10. 4 additional SY's stayed all summer but never paired/nested.
2016 1 pair fledged 4
2015 Visitors
2014 Visitors
2013 Moved 6 miles away, 1 pair fledged 2.
2012 30 pair fledged 100.
2011 12 pair (11 that nested), 43 fledged.
2010 5 pair, 21 eggs, 16 hatched, 14 fledged.
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