9 Feb 14
In contrast with the ongoing discussions of lakes freezing,  a pair of 
Brown-headed Cowbirds (as in one male, one female) arrived twice to my feeders 
at 147 Hile School Road.  My observations were separated by about 3 hours and 
both birds were there both times. 

They were of course, very fluffed and looked a lot heftier than their summer 

The other feeder birds were our regulars: a male Red-bellied Woodpecker, a 
female Hairy Woodpecker, a passel of Black-capped Chickadees, one Tree Sparrow 
and 2-3 Mourning Doves.  (The feeder went unfilled 9 Jan til Saturday, so these 
were the alert locals). 

Anne Clark

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