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Amazing the good birding one can do on one's hands and knees, digging  
in perennial beds:

oven bird
hummers
chestnut-sided warbler
yellow throat
indigo bunting
house wren
barn swallow

On the weekend our orioles returned and scarfed down four orange  
halves!  And still hanging around are dozens of siskins and a  
beautiful trio of white-crowned sparrows.  They must like it here -  
they usually come, sing a bit, charm us, and then leave.  Three pairs  
of tree swallows have also made their box choices, with no bluebird  
(yet) to quarrel with.
Janet Watton
Randolph Center