For Awe
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For Awe

Bird Spotlight-House Finch

Volume 8 In a Series

Male House Finch On an Icy Lilac Branch/Author Photo

Welcome back to my series highlighting birds that I have observed and photographed in my yard here in Central NY State. So far the birds I have written about were visitors to my feeders, mostly during the Winter, but some during Spring migration. The last article I wrote spotlighted the Rose-Breasted Grosbeak, which was a migratory visitor to my feeder in early May of 2021.




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