Date: 11/8/20 5:17 am From: Paul Sullivan <paultsullivan...> Subject: [obol] Re: Still almost no Juncos
My first backyard junco appeared Oct 1 and was alone for several days. By Oct 18 there were 5, then 12 on Oct 23. Now I'm up to 15 or more.
Subject: Re: Still almost no juncos Date: Sat Nov 7 2020 22:57 pm From: gtaylor22 AT hotmail.com
I've had plenty of juncos every day for a couple of weeks in my back yard in Newberg, including one slate-colored today. In one five minute span today I had oregon and slate-colored juncos, song sparrow, house sparrow, house finch, spotted towhee, american goldfinch, bewick's wren, steller's jay, scrub jay, red-breasted nuthatch and black-capped chickadee at the feeders and ground below. Two squirrels and even a rare chipmunk joined in.
Glen Taylor Newberg
Subject: Still almost no Juncos Date: Sat Nov 7 2020 21:48 pm From: aeduston AT hevanet.com
in East Portland. September fires I can understand made things tough for
much wildlife. I thought the juncos would return in October - feeders
ready and their usual companions, GCS, Fox Sparrows and finches arrived.
I have seen a handful of juncos in the neighborhood, but none in my