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24 Mar 2021 Baldwin co. AL  Hooded Warbler today!  He surprised us at dusk.  Hubby took pic while I marveled in his (the bird's not the hub's :D)  presence.  

Lifer! Yarder! BAIRD’S SANDPIPER today!!! Four of ‘em!

I've seen them displaying and I've flushed them before, but only once did I have a good view of one in the daytime. Here's the best picture I've taken of one. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/3133451

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Juncos and Song Sparrows are singing, robins are eating worms, Redwings and Grackles are singing on territory, and the crocuses are opening. I’m ready for spring!

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2 hours ago, Avery said:

Juncos and Song Sparrows are singing, robins are eating worms, Redwings and Grackles are singing on territory, and the crocuses are opening. I’m ready for spring!

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Absolutely stunning!  I wish I could grow them down here.  😞

 

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Several Summer arrivals are here now.

Snowy Egrets, Blue-gray Gnatcatchers, Black-and-white Warbler, and Cliff Swallows.

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Not me(YET) but people are seeing warbling vireos, bell's vireos, grosbeaks,buntings, nashville, black throated gray, and hermit warblers here! Also some western kingbirds...

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The past few days: FOY Bullock's Oriole, FOY Ash-throated Flycatcher, Western Kingbird, Cliff Swallow, FOY Hooded Oriole, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Costa's Hummer, another Bullock's Oriole, Pac-slope Flycatcher, FOY Warbling Vireo, FOY Black-headed Grosbeak.

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I'm surprised that we still have Juncos here. Now that I've said that, I probably won't see anymore this season. Lots of ducks and geese flying up the river and Turkey Vultures and assorted(unidentified) raptors soaring high above it. Blackbirds are abundant but we're still waiting for the majority of summer time birds.

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On 3/24/2021 at 11:05 AM, Avery said:

Juncos and Song Sparrows are singing, robins are eating worms, Redwings and Grackles are singing on territory, and the crocuses are opening. I’m ready for spring!

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Family members in New England send me pics of theirs.  🙂 They are a gorgeous flower.  

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