[Tweeters] Varied Thrush - snow habitat in Snoqualmie

Max Kingsbury max.kingsbury at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 23:45:03 PST 2019

I'm jealous of your thrushes, Christine! I usually get smaller ground
feeders (juncos and sparrows mostly) but I have had the same finding, that
they love exposed dirt in the snow, so I rake the snow under my seed
feeders for them.


On Sat, Feb 9, 2019 at 1:02 PM CHRISTINE <dotlarkin at msn.com> wrote:

> We have 6 Varied Thrushes (and counting) in our yard here in Snoqualmie.

> We shoveled the snow on our driveway and parts of our grass. Immediately

> birds came to the exposed areas for foraging. So far there are varied

> thrush, robin, junco, flicker, bewick's wren, song sparrow and they are all

> getting what they can in the exposed areas. The Field of Dreams movie is

> echoing in my head...if you shovel it, they will come!


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