Birds take spring stage
My outdoor thermometer read 26 degrees below zero at 7 a.m. on March 7. I was feeding the birds at the time, though few birds were active. But I did hear a curious birdsong that stopped me in my tracks. Surprisingly, from the top of a nearby oak tree, was a lonely looking male red-winged blackbird singing his territorial song.
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