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Re: Mystery caller

Subject: Re: Mystery caller
From: "Aaron Ximm" aaron_gmail
Date: Wed Oct 18, 2006 3:50 pm (PDT)
On 10/18/06, Bob McLean <> wrote:
> Each fall the Golden-crowned Sparrows migrate into our area.  A
> wonderful song for a wonderful season.

We saw those mostly over the winter into early spring as I recall,
when our feeder seemed much more popular -- it's just now getting some
more regular traffic (house finches earlier this week). I'm still not
so good at telling the Gold-crowns from the White-crowns, I swear
there's some local variation in the color of the crowns... :)

After getting used to them in our yard I was really happy to meet them
in droves on the trail in Pt Reyes to the tomales point where the Tule
elk live... :)



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