Date: 1/11/19 6:34 am
From: James Phillips <jimandjudyphillips...>
Subject: Re: low numbers
We seem to be having pretty good numbers at the feeders. With the warm
weather, juncos, white-throated sparrows, purple finches and pine siskins
tend to move off into the woods. First sign of cold or snow and they are
back.
Jim Phillips
Summers County
Pipestem, WV

On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 9:28 AM Wilbur Hershberger <
<00000112844fb3c8-dmarc-request...> wrote:

> Our feeders have been busy during the cold spell, but the total number of
> birds seems really low. Is anyone else seeing this or are numbers typical
> for your location?
> Tufted Titmouse
> Carolina Chickadee
> Carolina Wren
> Brown Creeper
> Downy Woodpecker
> Red-bellied Woodpecker
> Hairy Woodpecker
> Pileated Woodpecker
> American Goldfinch
>
> Good Birding!
>
> Wil Hershberger
> Nature Images and Sounds, LLC <http://www.natureimagesandsounds.com/>
> Hedgesville, WV
> The Songs of Insects <http://www.songsofinsects.com/>
>
>
 
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