Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers are the least common woodpecker in my area…they are an uncommon sight, so it is great to catch a glimpse of one now and then. 45 more words
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Well I was wrong. In my last post (Rosdel) I suggested that October 4 was going to be the last warm day of the year. 500 more words
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Birds are an integral part of a garden with their songs and beautiful colours of many of their feathers. Birds will flock to your garden if you offer them a place to drink and clean their feathers. 188 more words
Here are Graham Lewis’s pics from our Sunday Audubon field trip:
Savannah Sparrow above, Acorn Woodpecker below. Both at Emigrant Lake.
Flock of birders.
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Kinglets and warblers
creeping along branches
and a tussle between two
A crash after the rain
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Birds of Vermont Museum
And off they go! Our summer friends head south, northern friends arrive, and some of our year-rounders stick around. (Some of course are the same species but different individuals. 249 more words
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Black Phoebe on an unusually high perch.
One of three Red-breasted Sapsuckers in a group, family?
A late migrating male Western Tanager:
We saw a Hermit Thrush skulking in the brush. 134 more words
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