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Keep these Feeders Up!

If you live in the northern climes, migrating birds begin to get ready about now, including a couple of our favorites, the Baltimore Oriole and Ruby-throated Hummingbird. 1,118 more words

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Early last May -- Female Northern (Baltimore) Oriole at the Red Mulberry Tree

I spent about an hour watching this female Baltimore Oriole. She and her mate fed on ripe Mulberries for about 10 minutes, when, surprisingly, she began weaving a nest as he watched; I guess her instincts had taken over. 53 more words

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For the record: May 2014 bird behavior

The newspaper coverings I taped to the living room windows blew off yesterday. (I drafted this post on 13 May!) The American Robin is again flying at its reflection upsetting the peace of the house and, I have to believe, reducing its chances to be selected as a mate. 909 more words

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Birds on a Rainy Day

I watched a number of birds at my feeding station on a rainy day. It was raining hard and some of the birds did not look happy.

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Bath Time for Baltimore Oriole Fledgling

One of the Baltimore Oriole Fledglings decided to take a bath then flew up to a perch to dry off.

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Female Baltimore Oriole

We awoke on our last morning at Shenandoah River State Park to cool temperatures, low humidity and bright blue skies. Walking around the area near our cabin, looking for the Red-Headed Woodpeckers I had seen the previous day, I saw a flash of bright yellow. 158 more words

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Birding + American Mink At Lasalle Marina, Burlington

Lasalle Marina is a charming, quiet spot offering (1) lovely views of the Burlington Skyway as well as (2) the contrast of stately homes dotting the water’s edge versus the industrial plants and commercial activity on the opposite shore versus the pleasure crafts. 248 more words

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