Reynold the wren has been a regular around the feeders and has totally taken 
advantage of the mix I have kept out for him (lard, peanut butter, chick mash 
etc.). The Titmice have also been feeding on it. Yesterday, he beckoned in the 
Spring-like weather by starting his Teakettle song. Up to this point, all I'd 
hear were little chatters. And, this confirms it's a male. Here's hoping he 
finds a mate and hangs around.

Lois Chaplin
Beam Hill west

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