This morning we were visited by a lone male Purple Finch at our feeders. No 
females.

In early spring, with freezing nights and warm days, we get some large 
maple-sap icicles on one red maple. From our kitchen we get to see the amusing 
spectacle of chickadees & titmouse(s) fluttering, hovering and sipping the 
drips from these popsicles. I should have been smart enough to photograph this 
a few days ago, now the nights are too warm.

Nari Mistry,
Ellis Hollow Rd.

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

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