I also didn't mention my trip to Lindsay Parsons yesterday which yielded
about a dozen Tree Swallows, Ring-necked Duck, Pied-billed Grebe, Osprey,
Yellow-shafted Flicker, Great Blue Heron, American Tree Swallow and
(awesome!) a Brown Thrasher. https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S44270569

Good birding.

On Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 11:13 AM, Andrew Schmalfuss <abs...@cornell.edu>

> Yesterday, a Pine Warbler was among the GOFI and Siskins at my feeders.
> While walking my dog, I noticed a Brown Creeper and we received some verbal
> harassment from a Belted Kingfisher. I also heard some Winter Wrens close
> by and got the bins on them to watch them singing away in preparation for
> the storm today.
> Today, 54 GOFI and 22 Siskins as well as an American Kestrel foraging
> across the street. There are the usual woodpeckers (Red-bellied, Hairy,
> Downy) but not as much Junco movement as the past few days have had.
> Probably the overwhelming GOFI numbers.
> --
> *Grateful for your service*
> *Andrew Schmalfuss Jr. *

*Grateful for your service*
*Andrew Schmalfuss Jr. *


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