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Truthfully, I feel rather insulted.  I feel that it was me that discovered 
Pine Siskins in the middle 70s.  Others in Farmington are seeing them but to 
date I've not seen a single 21st Century Pine Siskin
Bob Lewis    [log in to unmask]
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From: "Sherry McCowan" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, November 26, 2007 4:25 PM
Subject: Re: In my Kirkwood yard, 11/25 Pine siskin, finally!


> Well, I'm still not a member of the feeder siskin club.  I did have a 
> nice Thanksgiving Day bird, though, one that was on my yard wish list  - 
> Fox Sparrow.  It stayed in the yard for about 3 hours.
>
> Yesterday an immature Red-tailed Hawk caught one of the neighborhood 
> pigeons and ate it in a tree across the alley.
>
> Sherry McCowan
> Saint Louis, Missouri
>
> On Nov 25, 2007, at 1:31 PM, Margy Terpstra wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> About 12:45 today, I finally had a lone Pine Siskin checking out  the 
>> feeders.  He visited the safflower, niger and back to another  safflower 
>> before leaving.  I'm hoping he went to tell his friends  at Powder 
>> Valley.  (Thanks to Tom Bailey, who I think brought him  in for me!)
>>
>> Also had a Hairy WP and Yellow-bellied Sapsucker among the usual 
>> suspects.  Two Red-breasted Nuthatches are frequently at the peanut 
>> feeder, along with White-breasted, Cardinals, Titmice and  Chickadees. 
>> It's become a very popular feeder.
>>
>> Margy Terpstra
>> Kirkwood, St. Louis County, MO
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