Date: 1/1/19 11:28 am From: John McKitterick <jbmck...> Subject: Re: [MDBirding] I.D. these remains....
The problem of birds hitting windows is one that is addressed in the Jan/Feb issue of the Yellowthroat, which should be available on the MOS website soon. One of the articles describes how to make DIY Acopian birdsavers. From personal experience, these work much better than any of the decals that I have tried.
--John McKitterick Columbia, MD
On Tue, Jan 1, 2019, 11:46 AM JimC <wetstuff...> wrote:
> We occasionally see some 'loners' like the Fox Sparrow, Wood Thrush and a > couple of others I cannot remember, but this little one was sitting beside > the garage in pine shatz. It must have hit a window. > > From top-of-head to end of tail feathers it is ~5.5" ...to beak tip, > laid out, ~6.75". It most resembles a Veery in our Peterson's, but we are > well east of the map locations in the book. > > We have markers in the house windows facing the feeders, but it appears I > need them on the garage (the feeder side) also. > > Thanks for the help. > > Jim > > > 12mi W of Salisbury - a creek off the Nanticoke River > > -- > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google > Group 'Maryland & DC Birding'. > To view group guidelines or change email preferences, visit this group on > the web at http://www.mdbirding.com > Unfamiliar with a hotspot mentioned on this list? Quickly locate it here - > http://www.mdbirding.com/hotspot.html >
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