Over two weeks after Teresa's observation, I had a male Calliope at my feeder. Mrs. Russell observed a Rufous on April 16th, however. Tuck Russell, Union Gaprockrat1960
Hi Yakkers, I just bought the "Peterson Reference Guide to the Owls of North America and the Caribbean" by Scott Weidensaul. It is the best book on owls I havedennygranstrand
Chirp, In Tuesday's Yakima Herald, Scott Sandsberry wrote a spiffy article on CWU's Nick Zentner and the geology surrounding us in the Yakima Valley andRich712@...
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