Date: 4/29/18 7:05 am
From: Karen Etter Hale <chimneyswift1...>
Subject: [wisb] Re: White-winged Dove, Richfield, Washington County
Wow, what a great bird, Eileen, for anywhere in Wisconsin - but in your yard!
We still have siskins in Lake Mills, too.

Karen
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Karen Etter Hale
Lake Mills, WI
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> On Apr 29, 2018, at 8:59 AM, <eileenworman...> wrote:
>
> Yesterday morning I noticed white patches on the back of what I
> assumed was a Mourning Dove flying from the deck feeder and I should
> have known it wasn't just a Mourning Dove. Then late in the afternoon,
> from inside the house, I pointed out the dove on the feeder to my
> husband, noting the white edges on its wings.
> Well, duh...it was a White-winged Dove. And of course I couldn't get
> any pix of it then.
> So this morning the first thing on my mind was hoping the bird would
> return and it has been in the yard and on the feeder a few times,
> luckily.
> And I have some pix, one of which you can see here:
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/beanheadwisconsin/41737171862/in/dateposted/
> Certainly a new addition to our yard list which is now at 106 and a
> life bird for us, too.
> I have reported it on ebird, as well.
> We've added six life birds at this new house since moving here in
> March 2017.
> There really is something special about this spot.
> We still have a pair of Pine Siskins in the yard, BTW.
> Eileen Worman
> Richfield, Washington County
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