[CT Birds] Dickcissel and Rufous Hummingbird
mark8bud8 at hotmail.com
Sun Oct 24 20:22:32 EDT 2010
Yes, I would really like to thank Robert and his wife Linda for a great time yesterday. Even though the dickcissel showed up today and not yesterday it was such a nice time to see the Hummingbird and stand around and talk with the Dixon's. Linda even brought out fresh scones for my kids while we waited for the Hummingbird to return. The Rufous would come and go maybe every 15 - 20 minutes but in between visits it allowed us to walk they're very bird friendly yard and exchange birding stories. Thanks a bunch,
Mark8bud8 at hotmail.com
> From: petermgreen at hotmail.com
> To: dbobolink at aol.com; ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
> Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2010 00:03:33 +0000
> Subject: Re: [CT Birds] Dickcissel and Rufous Hummingbird
> 10/24/10 - Sterling - Denise Jernigan and I saw the DICKCISSEL and the RUFOUS HUMMINGBIRD at about 4pm today.Thank you to our most gracious hosts,Robert and Linda Dixon.The hummer was a life bird for me,but the real treat was seeing their exquisite natural landscaping and the most beautiful,bird welcoming yard I have ever seen.
> Tina Green
> > From: DBOBOLINK at aol.com
> > Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2010 10:20:43 -0400
> > To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
> > Subject: [CT Birds] Dickcissel and Rufous Hummingbird
> > >From Robert Dixon
> > 10/24 - female DICKCISSEL has been coming to feeders since about 8:30 am.
> > Female RUFOUS HUMMINGBIRD here as well .Birders are welcome. Feeders are in
> > backyard behind garage (park in driveway).
> > Robert Dixon
> > 179 Main St.
> > Sterling, Ct. 06377
> > 860-564-4638
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