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Thread: Good morning!

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    Super Member Pats8e8's Avatar
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    Good morning. I have had a pair of Grosbeaks hanging around my feeders for about a week now. They are so colorful compared to our regular house finches and purple finches. So imagine my amazement when I looked out this morning and there were 7 Grosbeaks out there! I could hardly believe it. My first thought was perhaps they were babies from the first pair, but I don't think so. There are two grown males and the rest females. Very pretty. They like sunflower seeds so I need to get going and refill the feeders today. Hope you all have a beautiful day.

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    It's amazing how much fun the day brings when I learned to smile and enjoy the simple things. I like bird watching from my porch. I love the little yellow birds, I'm not good with names of them.

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    Thanks for giving me something to smile about today. I'm not the only one that gives thanks for the wonderful things Mother Nature has given us.

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    Can you get pictures?
    I only see brown sparrows and gray doves here. :(

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    Mostly seagulls and crows here on the beach - inland has the pretty birds!!!

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    How fun, to be able to watch the pretty birds. I can hear them early in the morning, but I am not good at identifying them. :?

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    Lucky you! The spring migration is in full swing here down south. I hope they stay around for you for a while to enjoy.

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