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I was woken up this AM by the first Song Sp. I've heard since fall.

The 20-some RW Blackbirds that appeared overnight a few days ago had all 
gone by the next day and I haven't heard or seen once since. 
Apparently, this gang was just using me as a rest stop on their way 
further north.

Jane
Shoreham

Ruth Stewart wrote:

> On Fri, before the storm, my first Song Sparrow of season.
> 
> C Merganser (M) on nearby pond which is still 95% frozen, today, Sun.
> 
> Count below is at my feeders Sat after the night snows.  Really 
> surprised not to be inundated with RWings, (I think they are at my 
> neighbor who feeds cracked corn!) and at the low # of Chickadees.   
> Actually, they have not been numerous all winter.
> 
> Ruth Stewart
> E. Dorset
> 
> 
> 
>> Location:     My yard birds
>> Observation date:     3/17/07
>> Notes:     After 12" of new snow - our 2nd storm (NEter) of the season.
>> Number of species:     15
>>
>> Downy Woodpecker     2
>> Hairy Woodpecker     2
>> Blue Jay     5
>> American Crow     2
>> Black-capped Chickadee     5
>> Tufted Titmouse     1
>> White-breasted Nuthatch     1
>> European Starling     5
>> American Tree Sparrow     2
>> Dark-eyed Junco     30
>> Northern Cardinal     2
>> Common Grackle     1
>> Purple Finch     3
>> House Finch     17
>> American Goldfinch     7
>>
>> This report was generated automatically by eBird v2 
>> (http://www.ebird.org/vins)
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