Another eager cluster of redwinged blackbirds is eating the ash seeds from the 
apparently still healthy ash trees.  This has happened several times this 
month.  

Maybe this is well appreciated, but I had no idea that ash seeds were such a 
resource for fall feeding birds.

Anne

Anne B Clark
147 Hile School Rd
Freeville, NY 13068
607-222-0905
anneb.cl...@gmail.com






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