I’m hoping to find the time in the future to attempt to replicate the study
with Vermont data. Just have to find the time!
On Sun, Jul 19, 2020 at 10:08 AM Gretchen Nareff <marshbirder...>
> I have a new Cedar Waxwing nest in my yard.
> On Sat, Jul 18, 2020 at 11:13 PM Richard Guthrie <
> > I believe Some species may be trying for a second or third brood (
> > Cardinal, Robin, etc,) While others may be hanging around in extended
> > family groups with Dad (or Mom) holding down the territory boundaries.
> > Then there are those that are done and getting ready to leave town (if
> > they haven’t done so already).
> > I’m expecting to see some migrant passerines in my yard any day now.
> > Yellow Warbler, which doesn’t breed here, comes to mind. Many swallows of
> > each species are already going by in impressive numbers.
> > Rich Guthrie
> > NewBaltimore
> > The Greene County
> > New York
> > Sent from my iPhone
> > > On Jul 18, 2020, at 10:57 PM, R Stewart <2cnewbirds...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Is there value in adding a breeding code such as H -Appropriate
> > S
> > > - singing, or P - pair in suitable habitat at this point in the season?
> > > Except for AMGO, aren't most birds nesting or finished, rather than
> > > potentially nesting?
> > > -
> > > Ruth Stewart
> > > E. Dorset VT
> Gretchen E. Nareff
> Bennington, VT
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