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I've heard first hand tales of them being found in radar domes in the Coast Range.

Interesting. I once did a lot of research on rattlers etc. for a long article I got roped into writing ... well before 1998. It does, however, still appear that there are none in pdx as far as I can tell.

I have not heard of them in this area, or even in the valley. Coast Range tales I've heard go back to 1970. I think they are the Pacific Rattlesnake and their range is from BC to San Diego.
Interesting. I once did a lot of research on rattlers ... are none in pdx as far as I can tell.

I have not heard of them in this area, or even in the valley. Coast Range tales I've heard go back to 1970. I think they are the Pacific Rattlesnake and their range is from BC to San Diego.

Actually a couple of years ago they found one near Tigard High. They suspected they came with a construction crew (unintentionally in their cargo) who just worked a job in eastern Oregon.
The finches aren't vermin.

Depends on the circumstances and the culture.

For the sake of discussion, I'm not specifying either the planet or the dimension you occupy.
Seriously, not only cats but snakes and dogs will all kill rather indiscriminatly anything they can catch be it a songbird, beneficial animal or something like a mouse. They are natural predators after all.

Cats are smart and fast. Dogs are less smart and slower.
Dogs are less smart and slower.

Not much different from leftards.
Dogs are less smart and slower.

Not much different from leftards.

So for your discussion purposes, cats are like Wingnuts?
Seriously, not only cats but snakes and dogs will all ... something like a mouse. They are natural predators after all.

Cats are smart and fast. Dogs are less smart and slower.

Very Prudent. LOL!
Not much different from leftards.

So for your discussion purposes, cats are like Wingnuts?

Oh no!
Depends on the circumstances and the culture.

For the sake of discussion, I'm not specifying either the planet or the dimension you occupy.

see parrots australia or se asia
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