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Re: Clyde Park birds

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  • Dan Casey
    Please remember to include your name and location with your posts, for the benefit of other MOB members. Dan CaseySomers ... have several dozen Redpolls, Hairy
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 25, 2013
      Please remember to include your name and location with your posts, for the benefit of other MOB members.

      Dan Casey
      Somers
      --- In MOB-Montana@yahoogroups.com, "steel_rsd" <steel_rsd@...> wrote:
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      > Our yard feeders were visited by the regulars this weekend: still have several dozen Redpolls, Hairy and Downy WP, Mountain and BC Chickadees, House Finches, Collared Doves, Goldfinches, etc. On Saturday, we were pleased to have approximately 1 dozen Evening Grosbeaks spend most of the day in our yard working the feeders. Fresh snow seems to bring them in. I set up a new platform feeder in hopes of eventually bringing in some Blue Jays. The Grosbeaks dominated it most of the day.
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      > A Saturday afternoon drive down Shields River Road East saw Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, Rough-Legged Hawk, Red-tailed Hawk, Northern Shrike and Kingfisher, not to mention Magpies, Ravens and Crows. I also saw approximately 70 Magpies feeding in a stubble field a few miles to the east.
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    • steel_rsd
      Our yard feeders were visited by the regulars this weekend: still have several dozen Redpolls, Hairy and Downy WP, Mountain and BC Chickadees, House Finches,
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 25, 2013
        Our yard feeders were visited by the regulars this weekend: still have several dozen Redpolls, Hairy and Downy WP, Mountain and BC Chickadees, House Finches, Collared Doves, Goldfinches, etc. On Saturday, we were pleased to have approximately 1 dozen Evening Grosbeaks spend most of the day in our yardworking the feeders. Fresh snow seems to bring them in. I set up a new platform feeder in hopes of eventually bringing in some Blue Jays. The Grosbeaks dominated it most of the day.

        A Saturday afternoon drive down Shields River Road East saw Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, Rough-Legged Hawk, Red-tailed Hawk, Northern Shrike and Kingfisher, not to mention Magpies, Ravens and Crows. I also saw approximately 70 Magpies feeding in a stubble field a few miles to the east.
        Scott Dean,
        Clyde Park, MT
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