Date: 11/28/19 1:37 pm
From: ron and polly maertz <hadada...>
Subject: [obol] Bomb Birding in the Banana Belt
The great bomb cyclone didn’t amount to much here in the banana belt. Snowmegeddon 2019 was much worse. We got a whole 1/3 inch of rain and 1/4 inch of snow, and a couple bursts of wind. Our regular yard birds, such as black phoebe, mourning dove, and juncos were undaunted by the onslaught. Related, or unrelated to the storm, a couple of interesting yards birds showed up. A townsend’s warbler, unusual to our yard, and a yard first of a blue jay.

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