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Thread subject: New arrivals
Name Date Message
Melanie 10/03/10 09:51 am My chickadees (we get the Carolina variety here) arrived. I woke up to a tree full of scolding right outside of my bedroom window.
martyc35 10/03/10 01:03 pm My chestnut-backed chickadees have been here year round, and I love them. I thought I saw a dark-eyed Oregon junco the other morning. If they and the black-capped chickadees and golden crowned sparrows aren't here yet, they should be soon. Lots of white-crowned and other sparrows in the meantime. Hnhh. I keep my cats indoors to protect the birds, but I just had to go chase the "deck cat" away from the bird feeding grounds. He has permission to sleep on the back deck, because he can't get to the feeder out there, but out front he's off limits, and he knows it. Good kitty in back, monster in front. Doesn't really seem to bother him.
I miss the plain titmice that used to live in my Santa Rosa yard.
marty
Pam 10/03/10 04:31 pm I have always wanted to see Chickadees and I saw them a couple of weeks ago in Fredericton, New Brunswick. I just looked out of the hotel window and there was a small flock of them in the tree below. By the time I had got my camera most had flown away but I was thrilled to get a blurry picture of one of them. They are lovely little birds.
martyc35 10/05/10 01:00 pm Just to confirm that the Oregon Dark-eyed Juncos are now in my yard, feeding below the front-yard feeder. Mr. Raccoon was here again last night, managing to eat most of the food in the feeder, so I guess I have to count him as a local. The juncos will probably be here all winter.
marty

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