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Jane Stein <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 17 Mar 2010 20:50:24 -0400
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He usually shows up on March 15, so he's a couple days late.  I 
assume it's the same one because there's been for several years a 
single adult male that arrives by himself a few days before the 
rest, and tries to lay claim to one of the feeders.

Also numerous high-flying long Vs of Canada geese overhead today 
heading north.

Waiting for Phoebes and Tree Swallows, who usually show up hard 
on the heels of the Red-Wing.

What a gorgeous day today!

Jane
Shoreham

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