My House Finches have started singing, and the chickadees have been
offering occasional tenative love songs for a week or so now. I've not
heard the Juncos yet, but they should be starting up pretty soon. I'm
also beginning to really notice the daily lengthening of the amount of
Holly Hungerford wrote:
> Yesterday afternoon there was a small flock of about a dozen robins in our
> hedgerow. I was alerted to their presence by what sounded suspiciously
> like a robin singing. Do they sing at this time of year?
> This morning at our suet feeder, I saw the Red-bellied Woodpecker again.
> We also have a pair of Hairys (spelling??) and a pair of Downies, four
> titmice, several W-b Nuthatches, House Finches, Gold Finches, Mourning
> Doves, Blue Jays, chickadees, Tree Sparrows, House Sparrows, cardinals and
> a number of rabbits, who hang out under the feeders at night.
> A dozen starlings were eating berries off the ornamental trees outside
> Friendly's on Route 7 in So. Burlington this morning.
> Holly Hungerford
> Charlotte, VT