The other thing that's missing is bats. Haven't seen a one.
I also saw some fire flies at a friend's in Enfield, but none here in
Thirdly, there are a lot of cottonwood that are looking awful. Many dead or
dying branches. Maybe drought damage from last year....but the sum total of all
these things missing is pretty darn scary.
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> On Jun 18, 2017, at 9:48 AM, Glenn Wilson <wil...@stny.rr.com> wrote:
> In Union Center (Endicott), do not have any Tree Swallows that I know of.
> BUT the Spring Street feeders are very active with Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks,
> Cardinals, Juncos with young, White and Red breasted Nuthatches, Mourning
> Doves, at least two Hummingbirds, one pair of nesting Bluebirds, two nests of
> Prairie Warblers, calling Ovenbirds and Towhees, and a very vocal Phoebe.
> Can't forget Purple Finches, nesting House Finches, and two active House Wren
> Other than Tree Swallows, I would say this location is pretty normal. No
> Great Blue or Green Herons after the goldfish yet but no doubt they will
> Glenn Wilson
> Endicott, NY
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