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Saturday, October 01, 2011

{BIRD NOTES} ~ September 30, 2011

Bird Notes


My Last Hummer? (9/26)

Hummingbirds disappeared from this area about September 10 - until today.

This afternoon, I had a brief visit by (probably) one immature hummer.

Now I'm glad I kept the feeder up.

---John MacArthur, Marlboro, VT


This morning I counted about 22 Palm Warblers feeding on the stubble field behind the
Marina in Brattleboro. They were flying back and forth between the field and the hedge along
the West River trail. I scrutinized only a small portion of the field - so there could have been
many more.
---Hilke Breder, Brattleboro, VT


Mornings have been very active here this past week with MANY robins and lots of flickers, those usually a bit later in the day.  Unfortunately, I have not done an ernest count lately, but birds are definitely on the move.
---Ruth Stewart, E. Dorset, VT



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Are there any birds nesting in your yard?

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 Al Merritt

W. Brattleboro, VT

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