We've had Pine Siskins, sporadically, all winter but today the number is 
greater with 17 individuals and they've been here all day. Also, had a female 
Purple Finch today.

David McCartt
Tubbs Hill Rd.
Richford

On Jan 13, 2018, at 2:24 PM, Nari Mistry 
<n...@cornell.edu<mailto:n...@cornell.edu>> wrote:


This morning we have two Pine Siskins and two male Purple Finches at our 
feeders, among a hungry horde of birds in this challenging weather.

One P.Finch was at the feeders yesterday. And when I was outside yesterday I 
heard a Pine Siskin clearly but was unable to find it.

Nari & Gin Mistry
Ellis Hollow Rd.
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