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By: Larry

Mon, 01 Feb 2010 03:12:33 +0000

@Nicole thanks. I think Cormorants only fly in "V" or echelon formation at high altitudes over long distances @Michelle I really hope you get some Wood Ducks to nest in your box. How exciting to have those beauties breeding on your property @Jason yes, as long as they don't expect to find them there in the Spring ;-) @Ted thanks for the visit and the follow! The Northern Harrier is pretty easy to ID by the white rump that always shows @Amber yup, spring is almost here. I'm not sure if the acorn stasher was an Acorn Woodpecker or a Gray Squirrel



By: Amber Coakley

Sun, 31 Jan 2010 16:44:43 +0000

I'm with Jason! That birdhouse full of acorns is awesome! What hard work some busy Blue Jay or other bird must have done to collect so many acorns. ...Can't believe it is time to start thinking about Spring already. :-) .-= Amber Coakley´s last blog ..I Kinda Forgot to Mention… =-.



By: ted

Sun, 31 Jan 2010 01:49:37 +0000

Larry: great site, I found it via Google while trying to track some shots of Northern Harriers. My daughter came down this morning and said "there's an owl on the hill." It wasn't an owl, but I am now fairly confident it was a harrier -- it sat on the ground, on a hill, in the sun for a good long time (it was freezing outside of Boston today). They live near here, in our neighborhood, and I see them frequently, sometimes in my garden beds even, but i've had a tough time ID-ing it... anyway, great site, I just started following you on twitter. Happy birding. tv .-= ted´s last blog ..Review: WordCamp Boston, 2010 =-.



By: jason

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 17:17:45 +0000

I love the cache of acorns! Well, as long as no one else is using the house...



By: ramblingwoods

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 06:17:31 +0000

This is helpful Larry as I put up my first nesting box (wood ducks) this fall. I do clean the bird feeders which is really fun in the winter (not) so cleaning a nesting box makes sense. I was really surprised to hear spring type bird song on a couple of warmer days we had before we went back into the big freeze...I can't wait for spring....Michelle



By: Nicole

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 06:16:55 +0000

At least your geese know how to fly in formation. I don't know if the crazy Cormorants here just don't do it, or if they are still training ;) Great tips on the birdhouse! .-= Nicole´s last blog ..Circling Cormorants =-.