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RE: Great Backyard Bird Count

Interesting cause my mourning doves never leave here... actually some of
their friends where here for the last few weeks. Looked out my kitchen
window the other day and must have been 20 of them sitting on the
screenroom supports. Getting a bit crowded for everyone here these

I don't have a lot of winter birds here... mostly chickadee and quail.


> I haven't seen my mourning doves for a while.  They must be at your
> I have a flock of juncos, some cardinals, goldfinches, house finches,
> chickadee, tufted titmouse, nuthatch, flicker, downy woodpecker, blue
> mockingbird, crow, and a ring-billed gull today, along with a couple
> starlings and a circling turkey vulture a bit to the south.  It's fun
> to sit down and pay attention to who's here every now and then.
> Libby
> north-central MD zone 6

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