From dawn on, it was morning in motion in our garden.
640AM Bewick’s Wren comes out of the vine tangle to join juncos already feeding.
710AM Juncos abound, 2 yellow-rumps together on either end of the biggest suet log…warily sharily, not real togetherness like you see in finches and Bushtits.
718AM The Audubon’s Warbler appears for the first time–suets him just fine.
730 First starlings of the day. Juncos still on ground and in bushes, as they will be unless something untoward appears.
732 First siskin onto a platform feeder, soon joined by a second, they will eventually number at least seven. Yellow-rumps and juncs around. The warblers are chasing one another to what end?
750 Male Spotted Towhee debuts. Juncos, warblers, starlings all about. Starling rarely care for anything besides the suet. Juncos concentrate on the sunflower seeds wherever they may find them.
753 First tree squirrel. The local…
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