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Sat Mar 20 09:37:50 PDT 2021
Neatest species paired in our yard right now is Pine Siskins. 3 pairs
gently feeding each other is a nice consolation & transition from the 80 or
so that wintered here.
Yakima County, WA
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On March 20, 2021 8:36:27 AM AMK17 <amk17 at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Several species have paired up the past few weeks. Bewick’s wrens were the
> first I noticed pairing up (e.g., seen together foraging, seemingly
> inseparable). A pair of crows were not far behind taking turns breaking
> lilac branches last week from the yard. A black capped chickadee pair as
> well seemed to be foraging together. This morning a pair of Stellar jays
> were gathering nest material and flew off together. Lastly, a robin seems
> to have claimed my yard but no corresponding mate yet...any pair sightings
> in your yard?
> Happy birding!
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