Greetings, This evening a least two Lesser Nighthawks were in a mix of Common Nighthawks at the Nucla sewer lagoons. Both looked to be males. In our yard
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, Jun 4, 2012
This evening a least two Lesser Nighthawks were in a mix of Common Nighthawks at the Nucla sewer lagoons. Both looked to be males. In our yard we had a new yard bird, Gray Catbird. A mulberry is fruiting and birds are coming to feast from all around.
Brenda and I were walking to the post office and about a block from our house an Orchard Oriole was singing in a black walnut tree. After a while we spotted a female singing away. It was not a first year male. It was a female looking for a good male, rare around this parts from what I hear.
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