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I've also got quite a lot of Phoebes around, including some very young, 
so I assume they got in two broods this year.

Jane
(Shoreham)


On 9/15/2012 10:56 AM, Keri Charles wrote:
> In our backyard today we have a group of three of four young Eastern
> Phoebes flying awkwardly about and bickering with one another, with adult
> bird supervision. Does anyone know what is typically the tail end of their
> breeding season? Looking online I could only find info on when they start.
>
> Here's a photo of one of the youngsters:
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/29805876@N05/7988534715/in/photostream
>
> Catbirds were also plentiful and social today Despite a low overall number
> of birds the yard was nonetheless loud and busy!
>
> Keri Charles
> Windsor
>
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