Got some catching up to do.

Canada goose, Turkey vulture, American crow, Eastern bluebird, American robin, American goldfinch, Downy woodpecker, Hairy woodpecker, Red-bellied woodpecker, Red-winged blackbird, House sparrow, Blue jay, European starling, Eastern phoebe, Gray catbird, Ruby-throated hummingbird, Tufted titmouse, Barn swallow, Mourning dove, Northern oriole, Green heron, White-breasted nuthatch, Red-breasted nuthatch, Wood thrush, Cedar waxwing, Ovenbird.

26 species, 4 new to this list.

We see more bluebirds in the winter than in the summer. During the 12/08 ice storm, Randall took pictures of a flock of a dozen birds looking for the last of the frozen fruit.

Now that I’m noticing them, I’m seeing/hearing Cedar waxwings all over.

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