Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 20:21:51 -0500
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From: ajsophie <ajsophie@NETZERO.NET>
Subject: Eurasian Collared Dove/Waxwings/Woodpeckers
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Yesterday I had a flock of 35+ Cedar Waxwings in the yard.
I also noticed yesterday that my one lone Red-Headed Woodpecker has told one of his friends about the "great food find and something called peanut-butter". I now have an immature male Red-Headed Woodpecker coming to the window feeder in addition to the mature male.
New Yard Bird: A Eurasian Collared Dove appeared this afternoon feeding along with the Blue Jays, Red-winged Blackbirds, Mourning Doves. It was really great to see the two doves side by side and compared the distinct differences in the two. Apparently this dove is one that has been visiting my neighbor across the road for several weeks. They have reported 4 doves so maybe I'll lure the rest to my yard.
My 13 hen turkeys were feeding in the pasture this morning.
No sign of any wood ducks yet - they are late. Does anyone have any Wood Ducks nesting yet?
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