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Comment by Paulette K Griffith on March 3, 2012 at 3:10pm

Very pretty Song Sparrow Cathy---

Comment by Nancy Raszewski on March 3, 2012 at 2:24pm

I look forward to the return of the hummingbirds...I notice the males come first, then the females a week later.

 

Comment by Marian Bostwick on March 3, 2012 at 2:01pm

I have year long tiny Finches (can't locate the exact name), Chickadees, lot's of songbirds. My biggest excitement is that I drew a Northern Flicker. Oh, how I would love to have a nesting pair. I think I have a pair of nesting Robins somewhere close. I have 2 Bluebird houses, but I read a person trying to draw a nesting pair should hang 6 ~ 8 around the yard.Jim built a new one yesterday, and hopefully we can get it up in time. They are the earliest nesters here. I am just happy that I planted a tree sapling the first year. It now shades my front yard, and my front birdbaths are right under it. I planted a lot of 2 yr. shrubs that are now quite large. I have quail galore! The great thing is that birds add beauty and song and antics to my day. Hope all of your birds sing to you today, Marian

Comment by Vickey Waldrop on March 3, 2012 at 1:27pm

Usually see humingbirds around March 15.  One was in the yard Thursday.  Haven't seen him since.

Comment by CathyV on March 3, 2012 at 12:43pm

Just had a song sparrow visit the yard for the first time.

Comment by Nancy Raszewski on March 2, 2012 at 6:47pm

I hear they make a heck of a noise hammering the trees! One flew right over us one year while we had company in our yard, It was awesome. We also see the downys, the hairy occasionally, the red-bellied (messmaker!) and some flickers. Our goldfinches seem to stay the season.  Thanks Judith!

Comment by Paulette K Griffith on March 2, 2012 at 2:48pm

Just had 2 Yellow Rumped Warblers come in. That is a first at our new home----couldn't get a picture though, didn't stay quite long enough---I'm sure they will be back eventually--spring weather here for sure, low 80's by Sun---YAY!!!

Comment by Susan Tilghman Hawthorne on March 2, 2012 at 10:53am

Whenever I hear a pileated woodpecker I always think of Woody Woodpecker, lol. I just love them. We used to have one that visited the woods behind our house but apparently was always on his way somewhere else because we didn't see him frequently.

Comment by Judith Kennedy Arthur Zn 7, AL on March 2, 2012 at 7:55am

Great pictures, Nancy.  So nice to see those.  I can hear our pileated woodpeckers, but they are back in the woods somewhere.  Just a treat when they come out!

Cynthia, the goldfinches are on their way.  Haven't seen one here this morning.  I think they left yesterday.

Comment by Karen Dries, Hamburg,PA Zone 6a on March 2, 2012 at 7:53am

Awesome Pics, Love these birds

 

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