I forgot to include Rusty Blackbird at Brilyea in my last post.
On 11/5/07, Gregory Askew <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Large numbers of Fox Sparrows at Brilyea and Buck Mountain.
> 15+ at Brilyea
> 8 at Buck Mountain
> On 11/2/07, Richard Harlow <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Here in Milton, the Siskins have moved, the Goldfinches have moved back,
> > BUT
> > the FOX SPARROWS have moved in. Have 4 , the biggest number to
> > date, that
> > decided for a week that they like it here. Also, have 6+ Evening
> > Grosbeaks
> > that try to eek out some kind of fair before the Blue Jays take it all.
> > Redwings in abundance (> 12); White-throats are sparodic as are other
> > sparrows except Juncos. Man, the JUNCO''S just dominate my yard!
> > If anyone has any suggestions how to discourage house cats from visiting
> > bird feeding areas other than throwing an old shoe at them, growling at
> > them
> > or hissing I would be most appreciative.
> > Please respond off list unless others are interested.
> > Richard Harlow
> > Milton, VT
> > Arrowhead Lake Area