Orioles do consume nectar. That's probably what they're after.
On Tue, May 15, 2018, 2:43 PM Melanie Uhlir wrote:
> I have very much been enjoying the glorious and fragrant blossoms of
> crabapple trees, especially at the collection of said trees in the F.R.
I've heard my pine warbler in Newfield since last weekend.
On Sun, Apr 15, 2018, 3:42 PM Andrew Schmalfuss wrote:
> Hey Annette,
> I've also had one frequenting my backyard down here in Spencer. My wife
> and I just moved here recently so I assumed this was a normal time for
In Newfield. Three under the spruce where snow didn't penetrate. Earliest
ever for here.
On Feb 22, 2018 11:27 AM, "Linda Callahan" <linda.calconsult...@gmail.com>
About 100 grackles and a few red-wings have landed in Newfield. Last year
they hit on the 23rd, so they'
About 100 grackles and a few red-wings have landed in Newfield. Last
year they hit on the 23rd, so they're right on time. There goes all the
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