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Common Redpoll (Carduelis flammea) discovered by Penny (#7810)

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Sighting Info

Observed: January 30, 2016 @ 10:00 AM
Posted on: January 30, 2016 @ 12:07 PM (diff: 0 days)
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Had a small group of males and females at my sunflower seed feeder. Beautiful. First time I've seen one

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By sam on 1/31/2016 9:19:30 AM

good sighting. they're a cute little bird!!!!

By Penny on 2/6/2016 2:14:58 PM

Thanks.. Yeh it is so nice to see how many different visitors I've had over the past few years. I'm hoping instead of one lonely mourning dove .. Maybe I'll get a pair this year. Fingers crossed!!

By sam on 2/6/2016 4:08:57 PM

Penny, thanks for the reply... you are in a good area for wildlife. do you see many other types of birds and wildlife

By Penny on 2/6/2016 5:48:47 PM

Oh yes, normally snowshoe hare although populations are down these past couple years, red fox, silver fox, moose frequently of course, marten. I had a dove last year for the first time, great horned owls, .. Lol not much I don't see out here. I love it. I will keep listing my bird sightings .. Last year I had a great year.. And I keep getting different species to the feeder so stay tuned. I need to get a good camera though . I've missed some really spectacular sightings. Cheers!!

By sam on 2/6/2016 8:03:02 PM

Hi back, Penny. you have way more wildlife there than we have here. living on a little peninsula with no forest just small aftergrowth. keep posting even though you might not get a photo, they still count. just give what field marks you can if you don't know the species of bird or animal, the exp[erts at nlnature or other posters will help ID i. tSam

By Penny on 2/6/2016 8:39:07 PM

Will do.. I'm pretty good with identifying. I'm a fish and wildlife/forestry girl .. Now working with agriculture. But there is always more to learn!!. ????

By sam on 2/6/2016 9:22:04 PM

Way to go, Girl. You know much more more about wildlife than me. that's wonderful!!!!!

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