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Re(3): Winter Feeder Birds


This is great information Cliff. I made a summary for December, 2016 feeder birds which will probably change in January, 2017. I see you went over the maximum with two species. I divided it up with the top 10 of the 30 species of feeder birds and then the next 10 with the last 10 occurring in low or no numbers. Change the order around to best reflect the species visiting your feeder.

Winter Bird Feeder Species 2016-2017 (December, 2016)
SPECIES MAXIMUM NUMBERS
1 Black-capped Chickadee 10 - 12
2 American Goldfinch 20 - 30
3 Mourning Dove 12 - 15
4 White-breasted Nuthatch 3 – 5
5 Dark-eyed Junco 10 - 15
6 American Tree Sparrow 10 – 12
7 Blue Jay 6 – 8
8 Northern Cardinal 2 – 4
9 Downy Woodpecker 2 – 4
10 Hairy Woodpecker 2 – 4
11 Red-breasted Nuthatch 2 – 4
12 House Finch 2 – 4
13 Pileated Woodpecker 1 – 2
14 Red-bellied Woodpecker 1
15 Sharp-shinned Hawk 1
16 Cooper’s Hawk 1
17 Wild Turkey 10 – 12
18 Evening Grosbeak 2 – 4
19 House Sparrow 2 – 4
20 European Starling 2 – 4
21 Brown Creeper 1
22 American Robin 1
23 Common Redpoll
24 Pine Grosbeak
25 White-winged Crossbill
26 Red Crossbill
27 Ruffed Grouse
28 Northern Shrike
29 Pine Warbler
30 Sparrow species 0



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