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We had exactly the same thing happen an hour ago, scaring off the morning  
doves, goldfinches, and woodpeckers. Interestingly, we're just north of 
Shoreham  in Bridport.
 
 
In a message dated 4/4/2010 12:31:35 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
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A little  male immature Sharpie dropped into my yard briefly, 
scared the wits out of  the other birds, then took off again and 
slowly circled his way  north.  I assume a migrant, since it's 
only the second one I've seen  here in the last four years and 
they're not resident.  Oddly, the  only other one I've seen was 
also an immature male brief drop-in to the  same spot on the same 
tree branch two years ago on March  7.

Jane
Shoreham