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(3)I had a male indigo bunting at my sunflower feeder this morning in Spanish Fort AL. GORGEOUS BIRD Cheryl Dumelow On Apr 15, 2017 7:29 PM, "'Jim Stevenson'
(3)Orchard Oriole. Wish we had those birds here.Patricia In support of my canaries Sonja and Persephone On Saturday, April 15, 2017 11:11 AM, "Edwwjr@aol.com
(5)Sorry about the canary thing. But I am also a member of the Audubon Society and most canary people also love wild birds.Patricia In support of my canaries
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(4)You can't pick up or handle a canary unless they have been trained.PatriciaIn support of my canaries Sonja and Persephone On Sunday, April 9, 2017 6:33 PM,
(3)Warbler numbers and species increased in town yesterday and this morning.......including a few Hooded, Prairie, Black and White, plus Summer Tanager. Rodney
(14)I had to go to Tallahassee this afternoon from Valdosta. I saw one Swallowtailed Kite at the intersection of 221 and the Asheville Highway in Jefferson County.
(6)No birds? I hate going out and seeing no birdies!Patricia In support of my canaries Sonja and Persephone No birds? I hate going out and seeing no birdies!
(4)I think Glenda may have come up with a solution. House Finch usually nest in our hanging baskets on the front porch. This year we put a bluebird house on the
(4)March was extremely slow this year, and people have a tendency to think the migration is running late, but there's another reason. Bird populations (many
(4)House finch tossed a bluebird out of the nest? Gosh!Patricia In support of my canaries Sonja and Persephone On Monday, April 3, 2017 7:29 AM, "'Cassidy,
(4)Poor dead birds! So sad.Patricia In support of my canaries Sonja and Persephone Poor dead birds! So sad. Patricia In support of my canaries Sonja and
(3)There's something kinda odd going on with Ross's Geese, and I'm not sure what it is. I have found and also become aware of a number of them that were very
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