Big day for Shirley.

A CAROLINA WREN appeared beneath the suet feeder, picking up a few scraps
dropped by the woodpeckers.  We will have to wait to see if it is one of the
wrens from previous years.  They have nested in the eaves of the garage.
Not only that, but they have endured the constant coming and going of human
types beneath their nest.

Bill McAneny

TBurg


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