Looking for Fox Sparrows I moved to our basement which looks out over the
area under our feeders which are at 2nd story level. What did I find?The
rest of the juncos which haven't made it to Laura's yard yet! Can't count
'em, but must be 70 or 80 and there are ton above at the feeders. Also many
Pine Siskins mixed in, but, NO Fox Sparrows.

On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 1:42 PM, Laura Stenzler <l...@cornell.edu> wrote:

> There are over 100 juncos on our lawn, around the house and in the woods
> behind the house at the moment. Amazing!
> Hunt Hill Rd., Dryden.
> Laura
> Laura Stenzler
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