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June 04, 2009

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Clayton, thanks for the report from Busti. That would be nice to have thrashers nesting nearby.
I just got back from a trip to GA where they are quite common and not shy at all!

Clayton Neubauer

We have a brown thrasher that has just come to our house in Busti NY. I think it is nesting some where close. I put seed out every day for the birds and am getting all kinds of birds to enjoy and watch.

The Zen Birdfeeder

Liz - thanks for your visit and comment. I hope the decline stops as well.

Liz at Yips and Howls

Lovely photos and beautiful bird. Hope of their decline gets sorted out.

The Zen Birdfeeder

Mon@rch - well that's good news too!
Dale - thanks much for your positive feedback. Happy Birding to you too!

Dale

wow Nancy, those images are incredible - they are just so crisp and clear! and it is always nice that they are of a wonderful bird.

Happy birding
Dale
http://alpinebirds.blogspot.com

mon@rch

We had one the other day here in the park!

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