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Most of the birds have been around for most of the winter. There are a few exceptions. A Brown Thrasher turned up for a couple of days. This is the first one that I’ve seen on the farm and the only one I’ve photographed.

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The Eastern Bluebirds are back and occasionally stop at my feeding station. They mainly use it as a perch to look for insects and as a stopping off point on their way to the bird bath.

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The Song Sparrows are back and are getting ready to nest in the pine trees by the house.

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I’m amazed that the Dark-eyed Juncos are still around. Normally they have left by this time of year.

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The Black-capped Chickadees are around although the numbers thin in the summer.

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The Hairy Woodpeckers are around as long as I keep feeding them peanut butter suit.

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