I had a few Siskins Sunday and the corner of Station Rd. and Bald Hill Rd. 
feeding in a birch tree. I thought it was notable and fun to still have them 
around.

Gary

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<bounce-122569694-3493...@list.cornell.edu> On Behalf Of Asher Hockett
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Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Siskins persisting

I just counted 14 Pine Siskins at our feeders. This is not usual for our 
location, but perhaps the continuing cool weather is keeping them here, or 
they'v'e just decided they like it. We do have a lot of nyger seed socks - the 
fly to the top of one and work their way down head first to the seed. They 
outnumber the goldfinches and the juncos.

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