Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2008 08:58:18 EDT
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From: Vicki DeLoach <VLDELOACH@AOL.COM>
Subject: Indigo Bunting ... and where are the Goldfinches?
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Yes, us too. Our first-of-the-year male INDIGO BUNTING was just at one of
the feeders. The odd thing is that the thistle feeders are normally covered
with American Goldfinches when the Buntings arrive but our Goldfinches have
scattered for some reason. There are low numbers at our feeders even for our
year-round birds much less any arriving birds. I haven't noticed others
reporting large numbers of migrant Goldfinches either??
Our pair of BLACK VULTURES were playing at the edge of the pond again on
Vicki & Harry DeLoach
SE Cherokee Co./yard
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