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Where I live the transition between seasons is abrupt. 2 weeks ago it was near 90, now the highs are suddenly mid 50's. We always seem to skip that sweet spot. 

Treadmill days are approaching.

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Goldfinches are beautiful. But you can look forward to juncos, titmice and cardinals in the winter.

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18 minutes ago, Mr. Andante said:

Goldfinches are beautiful. But you can look forward to juncos, titmice and cardinals in the winter.

I get those as well in winter, it is always dark in winter when I am at home.

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4 hours ago, unlikelyrunner said:

I miss the hummingbirds.

 

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Can’t feed humming birds, too many bees, they attack the feeder.

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4 hours ago, Brian said:

Where I live the transition between seasons is abrupt. 2 weeks ago it was near 90, now the highs are suddenly mid 50's. We always seem to skip that sweet spot. 

Treadmill days are approaching.

About time for me to move into the YMCA?

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4 hours ago, mattw said:

Bird watching can be quite relaxing.

I find it to be entertaining when there is about 15 birds only and 6 perches.

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Nice Pic! I'll try & snap some of the birds here for you in the meantime - they're all just starting to come out with the beautiful spring weather were're having.

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4 hours ago, TreeGirl said:

I’m excited to set up bird feeders at my new house and watch chickadees this winter, though!

I get many of them as well in winter. Would like to feed the Cardinals, but with the larger holes needed in the feeder for the bigger feed, the deer “suck” out the seeds dry at night. 😡

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