March and Black-Headed Grosbeak
- To all; March Month Yardbird sightings for this bird that has stayed
around from '08 and maybe same bird as '07 include 3/1, 1/8, 1/13,
3/15, and 3/19/09.
DARK-EYED JUNCOS have decreased in numbers. Still around are two SONG
SPARROWS(probably visitors from Standley Creek, AND one WHITE-THOATED
SPARROW. The pair of NUTTALS WOODPECKERS that fledged two young-male
and female-last year are often at the suet. Barbara
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