Date: 12/6/18 5:42 am From: DNADEB <dsg4...> Subject: Re: Downy woodpecker- Summit county
I guess my email was misconstrued. I did not mean Barbara's email. I meant the two weird ones from Ohio, one of which she referred to in her email.
Sorry for the misunderstanding my post called. I did not intend to mean that Barbara was a "fake" poster.
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> On Dec 6, 2018, at 7:45 AM, Deborah Grove <dsg4...> wrote:
> I think this and the other are some sort of fake or phishing account.
> I have reported it.
> Deb Grove
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Barbara Granger" <0000003815660d79-dmarc-request...>
> To: "PABIRDS" <PABIRDS...>
> Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 9:32:56 PM
> Subject: Re: [PABIRDS] Downy woodpecker- Summit county
> As a grammarian and birder, I was amused by your phrase "in my feeder" ... depending on the type of feeder you have ... did it actually get in through the holes in the tube or do you have a table type of feeder!!??
> Otherwise, I love to catch looks at Downy, Hairy, and Red Belly ... especially when they are near each other so I can compare their looks and sizes... I laughed when I saw a Hairy close up and found how it got its name ... hairy-like feathers between eyes and beak ... also appreciate that they make the house sparrows scatter ...
> And speaking of house sparrows, has anyone tried the "strings hanging around the feeder strategy" to baffle house sparrows? If yes, what happened? Barbara
> Barbara Granger, PhD, CPRP, LLC
> Granger Consultation Services
> 405 Randall Road
> Wyncote PA 19095-2105
> https://www.grangerconsultation.com > "Enhancing your creativity with consulting and editing services"
> On Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 3:35:54 PM EST, Ohio Bccc <ohiobccc...> wrote:
> Saw a Downy woodpecker in my feeder
> Deborah Grove