Dark-eyed Juncos and Pine Siskins

Oct. 15, 2012    The temperature rose in the night and may get into sixties today.  Our neighbood is filled with Dark-eyed Juncos and Pine Siskins flitting about the trees, lawns and especially Sally's Wild Garden.  I have seen several White-crowned Sparrows on the lawn--they are welcome visitors both spring and fall.  The great exedous of honking geese reminds us to finish up the fall chores.   LL  

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