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Feeder firsts!


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We're 7 miles north of Duluth, and still in our first year feeding at this location, so it's our first spring.

After a great winter with a nice flock of Pine Grosebeaks to go along with the huge flock of redpolls we fed all winter, it's been pretty quiet here as of late.

We have had Purple finches, goldfinches, and the Juncos came and left, but nothing in the way of numbers (I think we got spoiled this winter!)

But yesterday while sitting in sight of the feeders we had a male Oriole come in, and later in the day one of my favorites, a male rose breased grosebeak came in! Very good birding day:) Now if only the cardinals would come this far north...!

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And first thing this morning, an evening grosebeak!

Jim...I've heard of cardinals down in the Cloquet area, but don't k now of any up here on the shore...but this seems like a pretty good location, so I'll keep my hopes up!

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