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Jan 3 14 10:28 PM

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tried to find other counts I have submitted and could not find under Marlborough Ma.  or my name.  So here goes a new one..  Ginny H.  
Species
 
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Mute Swan
Mallard
Wild Turkey
Great Blue Heron
Cooper's Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk
Mourning Dove
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Downy Woodpecker
Hairy Woodpecker
Northern Flicker
Blue Jay
American Crow
Black-capped Chickadee
Tufted Titmouse
White-breasted Nuthatch
Brown Creeper
Carolina Wren
American Robin
Song Sparrow
Dark-eyed Junco
Northern Cardinal
House Finch
American Goldfinch
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Total species observed
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 Average group size when seenAverage group size per count periodNov.Dec.Jan.Feb.Mar.121926310172431411182518152218152229Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions                01110000             1.00.402218260000             22.08.300700000             7.00.901110000             1.00.410000000             1.00.100111221             1.31.0112207861810             10.310.311122221             1.51.524322222             2.42.400122222             1.81.410011210             1.20.837566487             5.85.860030444             4.22.636666664             5.45.46121189998             9.09.057756666             6.06.010000000             1.00.100022222             2.01.326000700             5.01.911122222             1.61.66791111171512             11.011.022212222             1.91.902322242             2.42.113346131314             7.17.142941009368909879               1616182016181716 
Species
 
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Mute Swan
Mallard
Wild Turkey
Great Blue Heron
Cooper's Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk
Mourning Dove
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Downy Woodpecker
Hairy Woodpecker
Northern Flicker
Blue Jay
American Crow
Black-capped Chickadee
Tufted Titmouse
White-breasted Nuthatch
Brown Creeper
Carolina Wren
American Robin
Song Sparrow
Dark-eyed Junco
Northern Cardinal
House Finch
American Goldfinch
Total individuals observed
Total species observed
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 Average group size when seenAverage group size per count periodNov.Dec.Jan.Feb.Mar.121926310172431411182518152218152229Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions Actions                01110000             1.00.402218260000             22.08.300700000             7.00.901110000             1.00.410000000             1.00.100111221             1.31.0112207861810             10.310.311122221             1.51.524322222             2.42.400122222             1.81.410011210             1.20.837566487             5.85.860030444             4.22.636666664             5.45.46121189998             9.09.057756666             6.06.010000000             1.00.100022222             2.01.326000700             5.01.911122222             1.61.66791111171512             11.011.022212222             1.91.902322242             2.42.113346131314             7.17.142941009368909879               1616182016181716

So happy to feed the birds again and in time for feeder watch lake forest lots of berry bushes dead trees.  Hydrangea. Rhodendrim bushes 

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Jan 4 14 8:37 AM

Such a great count, Ginny! I'm so glad you can feed the birds like you want to and enjoy your place w/o idiots turning you in!

SE IL, 3A yard full of nuts, fruits, berries, seeds, cones for birds; 14A woods, creek and 10A mowed farmland. Over 50 feeders/ feeding stations in coldest of winter. Certified wildlife habitat since 2004.  Dust bath and three brushpiles.

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Jan 4 14 12:29 PM

Fantastic count, Ginny, glad to hear you are O.K. during the resent snowstorms.  Did you get a lot of snow?   We got 4 and half inches of snow.
We are in for an Artic blast on Tuesday, high temp. is going to be 1 below 0.  Today is suppose to be pleasant with a high of 36*F. and no snow.

How's your daughter doing? 
I hope this finds you all doing well,
luv2bird

2 Sunflower Hearts Auto Feeders,  1 Shelled Peanut Feeder,  2 Sunflower/ woodpecker Mix Platform Feeders,  4 Hanging Bell Seed Feeders,  1 Hanging "bell type" Roasted Mealworm Feeder,  1 unshelled Peanut Platform Feeder,  2 Mixed Bird Seed feeders,  2 Thistle Feeders,  2 Ground Feeders with Corn and a Critter Seed Block,  2 Corn Cob Feeders,  1 Brush Pile
/LandlockedS.W. PA./Sugar/Red Maple//Pines/Rose of Sharons/Allegheny/Downy Serviceberry/Hawthorns/2Burning bushes w berries   

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