I've got a Song Sparrow and a White Throated Sparrow under my feeders.  I've 
been getting Red wings (both sexes) and Grackles too.  Migration is certainly 
underway in Auburn.

Not a bird, but I had a first time visitor today in my yard- a mink!  A big 
surprise in a rural subdivision.

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