It is hard to believe we are already at mid-January. Time flies. Our yard has been relatively quiet this past week.... we are down to the few 'usuals'. Inmaadhatter22
A few minutes ago I looked up from my desk to see a Northern Shrike sale in and perch for just seconds in a lilac bush and then move on. All the sparrows,adele_dueck
I was away for a week and came home to empty feeders. So I filled them all yesterday but today most of them were empty or nearly so. Yet it doesn't look likekmscouts
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