Well my crabapple tree finally attracted some good birds even without many crabs left. I got my first three robins returning, and a flock of ten Cedar Waxwings. There was also a large flock of blackbirds in the tree behind. Yesterday I had Bluebirds eating winterberries and looking at nest boxes. The House Finch was in full song. It is getting noisier out there. Spring is coming!
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