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Re: Richs storm

Melody, hope you made it home safely.  It is still snowing hard here.  The 
conifers, especially the arborvitae, are hanging low as the snow is so wet & 
heavy.  I viewed 2 birds in my garden this early morn I have never seen 
before.  I first I thought they were extremely fat robins but not.  The 
breast is a very dk burnt orange/red (darker than robins) , very rounded 
plump body with black feathers (I would describe a robin as brown) except for 
the breast area.  Tail feathers are shorter more narrow than a robin.  Must 
get my bird book out & try to decide what it may be.
    I heard the weather man state we have had snow every year in April since 
1959.  I found that hard to believe.

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