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Subject: Goldfinches
From: Michael Lenz <>
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:25:04 +0000
We should not be too surprised about higher numbers of Goldfinches. The spread of thistles on paddocks in rural areas gives them an ever more abundant food source. Here in North Lyneham they come during autumn/winter to feed on the seeds of Chinese Elms, on the tree, and later from the ground.

Michael Lenz
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