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Forty Years From Now

7 monthes ago   |   By Ornithology

I'm baking bread and looking out my kitchen window at the first migratory visitors to my bird feeder. There's a White-crowned Sparrow. Resident birds are partaking of the goodies too as the leaves turn, the weather gets cooler and the insects less abundant. Titmice, doves, towhees, jays, and the occasional Cooper's Hawk come by to see what is offered. The telegraph system works well in the local bird community.
White-crowned Sparrow
Through the winter, more birds and more species will arrive as the weather moves them along. Spring through fall I watch birds scrambling through bushes and...
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