tim at gerla.net
Fri Jan 2 11:59:22 PST 2015
Sorry about the break-in! We have had armies of siskins at our feeders for
the last month and a half or so--ferocious eaters, and aggressive--they
keep the juncos at bay. The chickadees and a Bewick's wren manage to get in
from time to time, though. I don't know if the number of siskins is normal
for this area--Wedgwood, Seattle. We've only been here since July.
So far we've id'd about 25 different species in the yard, including varied
thrushes, cedar waxwings, various nuthatches and grosbeaks, spotted
towhees, a Townsend's warbler, and an unidentified hawk, probably
sharp-shinned. Definitely looking forward to spring!
On Thu, Jan 1, 2015 at 12:06 PM, Josh Hayes <Coralliophila at live.com> wrote:
> We returned from a lovely trip to Oregon to find we had suffered a
> break-in. We also found an army of pine siskins wondering why we had not
> filled the thistle feeder for a week. Is everyone seeing similar irruptions
> of siskins?
> Josh Hayes in licton springs
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