When I see the reports on this list of arrivals, I have learned what that means 
for when I can expect arrivals in my backyard on Beam Hill. Right on schedule 
for arrival here, Redwing Scout showed up on Wednesday; the gang of guys showed 
up at the feeders this morning. At first I saw a half dozen or so at the tray 
feeder. I then looked at the willow tree to find dozens more. Back to the 
feeder tray - there was an one among the flock with unusual markings. He looked 
much like the others, complete with epaulets of yellow but he also had a 
yellowish/orange throat. The head and rest of the body was all black. He 
certainly stood out from the crowd. Any thoughts?

Lois Chaplin
Beam Hill Road


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