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Black-headed Grosbeak AND Backyard Birds

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  • Barbara E. Dolan
    Update: For the BHGR; THE times seen include : 2-13-09 9:30AM about 5 minutes. The bill is looking very light. Throat feathering is improved but still has
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      Update:

      For the BHGR; THE times seen include : 2-13-09 9:30AM about 5
      minutes. The bill is looking very light. Throat feathering is improved
      but still has considerable missing feathers on the collar or nape area.
      Feeding well for about 5 min and pushing off HOFIs. Then 2-14-09 8:30AM
      3 minute stay; then 2-15-09 8:30 to 8:30AM . Head feathers are very
      scruffy, tertials looking more brownish, Tail feathering looks sparse.
      I think if the same bird, it looked similarly at this time last year.



      Other species: 2-17-09 After the storm seemed to be passing, 7:30AM I
      could hear VARIED THRUSH call from Standley Creek.

      2-18-09; 1 WHITE-THROATED SPARROW ; 4 PURPLE FINCH; 1 CALLING PILEATED
      WOODPECKER; 2 CHESTNUT-BACKED CHIKADEES. Good birding.B Dolan.










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