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We have seen an unusual group of cardinals.  Five males and two females 
around feeders and cedar trees this morning.  Fairly continuous over 
past three hours.  First time we have ever seen more than one pair in 
winter and two pair in summer. Kay and Robert at Partridge Place in 
Hinesburg.


-----Original Message-----
From: Barbara Brosnan <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sat, Feb 19, 2011 10:04 am
Subject: [VTBIRD] FW: Your GBBC observation for  FEB 18, 2011 in 
Weybridge, Addison County, VT

Hello Folks,
Only unusual sighting was a chipmunk.  I hope his/her early awakening 
was
only temporary.
Barbara B.   Weybridge

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Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2011 9:17 AM
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Subject: Your GBBC observation for FEB 18, 2011 in Weybridge, Addison
County, VT

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Here is the information you gave for this observation.

Record ID: S7636265
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Email: Weybridge, Addison County, VT
Observation Date : FEB 18, 2011
Start Time: 7:30 AM
Total Birding Time: 1 hour
Party Size: 2
Skill: excellent
Weather: excellent
Snow Depth: 14 - 16 in (35.6 - 40.6 cm)
Habitat(s):
    deciduous woods
    coniferous woods
    scrub
    grassland
    agricultural
    rural
Number of Species: 14
All Reported: yes
Checklist:
    Mourning Dove - 3
    Red-bellied Woodpecker - 1
    Downy Woodpecker - 2
    Hairy Woodpecker - 2
    Blue Jay - 3
    American Crow - 3
    Black-capped Chickadee - 5
    Tufted Titmouse - 2
    White-breasted Nuthatch - 2
    American Tree Sparrow - 9
    House Finch - 6
    Common Redpoll - 1
    American Goldfinch - 38
    House Sparrow - 5


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