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April 23rd, 2010, 11:02 PM
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Just east of the Hazelnut Patch, Wisconsin
Sadly, though, some of our little buddies are moving on to breeding grounds further north. The dark-eyed juncos are still moving through:
And some new arrivals, who also are just moving through to parts further north, are making their presence known. This is a very bad pic of the very first yellow-rumped (myrtle) warbler I saw this year...madame hazel had one chance to get the pic and the camera auto-focused on the branches (
) but it's still recognizable as a yellow-rumped.
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