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Winter Update

Posted by nosambos 5b (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 12, 08 at 10:23

I've never seen a white bellied squirrel before.


Perhaps this is why I have no birds.


This eurasian goldfinch must be lost.


Here is why my poor little trees are knocked over.

The thing that is really amazing to me is that I live in the city. A week ago I saw a fox at my pond!


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RE: Winter Update

I have never seen that bird before! WOW Eurasian gold finch? Where are you?


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RE: Winter Update

I'm in Cleveland ,Ohio. The eurasian goldfinch is moving into the Great Lakes area. Sighting can be reported to the Rouge River Bird Observatory.

I am getting a couple more at my feeders. They are picking up some more color so I will try to post a better pic.


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Well I guess I may be seeing them sometime in the near future here in West Michigan. :)


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