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Monday, January 19, 2009

January 19, 2009

Four Bohemian Waxwings put in a quick visit today, perching high in the Sugar Maple in front of the building, and periodically diving towards the Crab Apple trees to feed on the remaining fruit. After 15 minutes they dispersed and weren't seen again. Staff also took a short hike in search of White-winged Crossbills, which have been numerous around the state this winter. One was heard, but not seen, in a Hemlock-rich section of North Branch River Park.

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