On my walk down Dodge Rd this afternoon (2pm) I found a juvenile N.MOCKINGBIRD in the roadside shrubs. It was quite tame and allowed me to approach quite close.

A small group of 4 male E.BLUEBIRDs leapfrogged along the wires as I walked.

Some other birds: Redbellied & Hairy Woodpeckers, House Finches and lots of RTHawks. At one point as I was watching a low-flying RTHawk, in the field of view but far away a cloud of white-winged small birds arose & settled. I walked all around for quite a while but could not find the presumed Buntings again.

Nari Mistry,
Ellis Hollow rd.

Nari B. Mistry,
Ithaca, New York
For my paintings, see http://www.artbynari.com


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