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Some birds cancel their trips south

January 23, 2013

A mild winter has provided local bird enthusiasts with opportunities to see certain species of birds that can be rare this time of year....

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Alwayssomething

Jan-23-13 8:22 AM

effect

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Anjahlena

Jan-23-13 8:51 AM

Keep those feeders filled. The feathered friends are especially delightful to watch on these bitter days of January.

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TWrecks

Jan-23-13 10:04 AM

I knows this one bird, I does, what won't fly South no more for because of the TSA and all the gropin', don't ya know.

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Tessie

Jan-23-13 11:32 AM

To the writer and editor: The list should be HARDY birds, ie.e strong and robust, not HEARTY, unless of course they're being made into a nutritious winter stew.

The food given them should be hearty though. Just a pet peeve.

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TWrecks

Jan-23-13 6:59 PM

Remember to spay/nueter your peeve.

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