There was a flock of 50 almost certainly red-winged blackbirds humming north 
over Mays Point on Sat..  They were not starlings or grackles, but I was not 
close enough for a positive ID.   S. Fast



On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 10:40 AM, W. Larry Hymes <w...@cornell.edu> wrote:
  
Just had our first SONG SPARROW of the year pop into our yard.  The 
early migrants must be moving in.  As I recall, red-winged blackbirds 
have been known to show up near the end of February, so before you know 
it, they will appear!

Larry

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