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Bluebirds and C. Waxwings
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- Subject: Bluebirds and C. Waxwings
- From: PeachRTHA@aol.com
- Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2000 10:50:34 EST
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No bluebirds at my feeders, however, I observed 4-5 bluebirds feeding on the
berries of a hawthorne (I think it is a hawthorne, not sure) tree along with
a crowd of cedar waxwings this past Thursday. The tree is now devoid of any
berries! Due to the winter storm I have had loads of birds not recently seen
around the feeders and on the ground, mostly goldfinches, juncos, sparrows
(chipping, tree, white-throated and a fox). A pair of RB nuthatches still
regularly, and a hermit thrush rustles around in the shrubs near my back deck.
Being snowbound gives me a good opportunity to sit back and enjoy the show.