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Eastern Phoebe

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The latest migrant I found today was an Eastern Phoebe. I also seen a Redstart fanning it's tail feathers, but was'nt quick enough to get a shot. All birds this spring are very skittish. Insects are just starting to come out so it should get better shooting when their attention is to food. I hope this next snow storm is gone as fast as it comes!

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Nice Mike!....Not a lot of spring/summer migrants here yet just winter redpolls and chickadees for me so far.....Took a walk this morning and there's almost as much snow as in January on the trails....sure doesn't look like spring in my neck of the woods!(about 6" plus yet)....I did see 3 robins last week before our snowstorm hit us...highs in the mid to high 30's ....without sun the snows remain....

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They'll be coming faster than you think! We figure they are at least one to two weeks late due to weather, and are pushing their limits being this far north already. I think our migration will be rather short this year.

Mike

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