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BLUE HEADED VIREO/BRN. THRASHER
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- Subject: BLUE HEADED VIREO/BRN. THRASHER
- From: Bev Hudson <BEVHUDSON@cheta.net>
- Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 20:43:32 -0500
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Yesterday our Brn. Thrasher returned and went right to the suet feeder!
This is the 3rd year in a row - I don't know how long birds live (if
they aren't killed somehow), but it amazes me how they return to the
same place year after year. I keep a diary and the Thrasher is a week
early - the Vireo is one day early and the Blk & Wh. warbler should have
been here today. I didn't hear it, so--have to wait. THe turkey was
here for an hour and a half, left, then returned for another 1/2 hour.
This is really fun for me to have the Turkey come to the feeding area!
She is so-o-o beautiful! Our Pileateds are driving me crazy hogging the
suet. I have to get after them constantly. They are really majestic
birds. We are waiting for our Broadwing to return, too.
Happy birding everyone! I enjoy all your discoveries and experiences!
Would love to see a racoon get "plucked!" Good stories!! I've heard
the titmouse go for human heads as well!! Well, the hair, I mean!!