Indeed troubling Candace although just those few data points, arrival
date appears to be accelerating. As a longer term look, when we were
working Osprey and eagles in the Chesapeake, the arrival date for Osprey
on the Patuxent River (our few successful nests in the 70s) was St
Paddy's Day. That's
Well it's good to hear someone has House Finches! I don't think I've seen
more than 1 or 2 all year!
On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 6:44 PM, Regi Teasley wrote:
> Well, we have lots of Goldfinches and House Finches.
> Plus the usual suspects: Titmice, Nuthatches, Chickadees and
Well, we have lots of Goldfinches and House Finches.
Plus the usual suspects: Titmice, Nuthatches, Chickadees and woodpeckers (R-B,
D, H) and M-doves, DE juncos.
The local Carolina wren continues to eat suet from the feeder.
We had a Bluebird drinking at the birdbath on one of those very cold
I’m seeing quite a lot of activity at my feeders in Newfield, but fewer
American Goldfinches for some reason. Over 20 Mourning Doves, lots of House
Finches, DE Juncos, Northern Cardinals, Blue Jays, Chickadees and Tufted
Titmouse, several Downy, Hairy, and Red-bellied woodpeckers, 2 Pileated