[CT Birds] Roosting Birds Question

holmses at cox.net holmses at cox.net
Sat Feb 9 09:07:16 EST 2013

A well placed snowball should help. Two if you need them. Dave
---- Kathy Van Der Aue <kathyvda at gmail.com> wrote: 
> We have a row of Boxwoods in front of the porch where I see White-throats
> and Song Sparrows go in to roost each night.  It was open last night but
> now is completely covered with a large drift.  Are they still in there do
> you think?  I would like to shovel along the edge to open it up, but there
> are other pressing shoveling chores.  If they're still in there, would they
> stay asleep until the sun comes out and brightens it up enough for it to be
> light inside or could they be struggling to get out now?
> Kathy Van Der Aue
> Southport, Connecticut
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