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Dave Roper

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  1. Thank you Akandula for the information. I will pursue this and up date my records.
  2. Further to my post from yesterday, the bird I saw had a white belly with orange sides. I had it reversed so upon reading the comments, I have , or rather you fine people have come to the conclusion that this bird was an Eastern Towhee. I don't know why it is not in my book of birds. Time to update my library I think. I would like everyone that contributed to my dilemma and am very happy to have joined this web site. I have a large pond on my property that attracts a large variety of birds. A few years ago, I had a Brant show up and by the end of the summer, I was feeding her by hand. I called her Miss Waddles. She was alone without a partner and she would come every year for about ten years and then she was gone. She is the only Brant I have ever seen as they usually do not migrate this far south. Thank you for your time and look forward to this amazing site. Happy birding!
  3. I live in St.Thomas, Ontario and I saw a bird at my feeder this morning that I have never seen before. It was a bit smaller than a Robin but the same shape. It's head and neck were completely black along with it's sides and the top of it's tail. It's breast was orange like a Robin's, it's sides and under it's tail was pure white. The beak was dark and it had a chirping call, along a similar call of a Robin. I cannot find this bird in any of my books. It flew away landing on the ground and was picking through the leaves. If anyone has any ideas, I would appreciate them.....thank you.....
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