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Birds

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{Nature_and_Environment.66.20}: Kai Hagen {kai} Thu, 04 Mar 2004 13:01:30 CST (HTML)

Perhaps not that jumpy, but we can't get too close, certainly.

I don't know, offhand, about the average number of eggs laid.

> Are the nesting boxes specially made for that species?

Yep.

It looks similar to this:

http://www.ducks.org/conservation/woodduck_box.asp

...except that ours is at least ten feet up on an old red maple, above a shallow marsh.

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> first Grosbeaks of the yea

Cool!

We usually see bluebirds here quite late in the fall and pretty early in the spring. We're not that far from areas where they can be found all winter.

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