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This morning I had a female Red Breasted Grosbeak at the feeder.  This afternoon a flash of orange in the tree turned out to be a FOY Baltimore Oriole,.  A few minutes later appeared a male Red Breasted Grosbeak.  All were FOY.Ah,yes, Spring is here!!

  Martha Pfeiffer, Dorset

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