James Brown Jr. checks out a sunflower in his dove field. Behind him is a fake “power line” he made from treated wood poles and steel cable for doves to land on.
James Brown Jr. checks out a sunflower in his dove field. Behind him is a fake “power line” he made from treated wood poles and steel cable for doves to land on. Mike Marsh Mike Marsh
James Brown Jr. checks out a sunflower in his dove field. Behind him is a fake “power line” he made from treated wood poles and steel cable for doves to land on. Mike Marsh Mike Marsh

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