The redpolls may still be in the area but on the ground. I've seen a couple of 
brief swirls of small, light-colored birds in tall grasses near the trees where 
I first saw them. I'm not sure there are any good vantage points to view this 
area, and they aren't flushing much, but perhaps they will shift to some of the 
other fields in the area that are closer to roads.
Anne Marie

    On Sunday, February 24, 2019, 8:09:30 AM EST, <> wrote:  
 A flock of about 100 redpolls flew into a row of deciduous trees in the middle 
of the farm between Creamery Rd and Central Chapel Rd in Caroline. They stayed 
long enough for me to get a rough count but not long enough for me to search 
for any Hoarys. They disappeared when I looked away, so I don't know which way 
they went, but my guess is north. They came in from the southwest. They didn't 
come down to the nearby feeders, so they may just be passing through.
Anne Marie Johnson

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