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I seem to have just as many chickadees, titmice, goldfinch, and woodpeckers as usual.  The one change has been many more downies.  Also have regulars like cardinals, mourning doves, juncos, Carolina wrens, hermit thrush, bluebirds, robins, some white throats.  The non-seed eaters come for my water.  I only feedniger, black oil sunflow er and peanut suet.  The latter will bring the Pileated in really cold, cold weather.  I have only seen one hairy wp this month.
Mariel Stephenson
Columbia,  Boone County, MO
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