Date: 1/22/18 7:33 pm From: Ann Pettigrew <rook185...> Subject: Re: Berry-eating Birds in Southern Lancaster County
Now, if only the Eagles can beat the Pats!!! Somebody has to so it might as well be a team from PA!
Ann C. Pettigrew, V.M.D.
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”
― Mahatma Gandhi
> On Jan 22, 2018, at 4:41 PM, Bob Schutsky <info...> wrote:
> Dear PABirders,
> Yesterday and today the following birds were feeding in a Hackberry Tree near our house in Peach Bottom:
> American Robins, 10.
> Cedar Waxwings, 8.
> Eastern Bluebirds, 5.
> This morning there were about a dozen Bluebirds eating Bittersweet berries right in front of our house. Large vines are growing up a big Hickory Tree, and there are lots of berries.
> Just before sunset yesterday, the following gulls were perched on the ice on the Susquehanna in front of our house:
> Great Black-backed Gulls, 16.
> Herring Gulls, 50.
> Ring-billed Guls, 500.
> This is the largest number of Great Black-backs and Herrings that I have seen in this area since last winter.
> Take care,
> PS: Hurray for the Phila Eagles yesterday!!!!
> BOB SCHUTSKY
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