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Response to Solly Mack (Reply #4)

Thu Feb 14, 2013, 12:19 AM

8. we are really lucky - no pigeons, starlings or house sparrows.

Bluebirds are really common, as are cardinals, and yellow rumped and pine warblers. And of course the usual suspects (chickadees, titmice, carolina wrens, towhees, white throated and chipping and fox sparrows, thrashers, catbirds and mockingbirds and robins - hairy, downy, red bellied woodpeckers). We have pileated woodpeckers in the woods behind our house, but haven't managed to bring it to a feeder.

My favorite is the first sound of the Wood Thrush in the evening in the early summer.....

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