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On Friday I arrived at the cottage (Skeleton Lake) around noon, a little brown bird was hopping along the road so I stopped. It flew up to a nearby tree branch then down again to the road; a hermit thrush with something in its beak. I watched if for at least a minute and saw it fly down to the base of a tree where it seemed to disappear. Apparently they nest on or close to the ground. Yesterday the female pileated woodpecker was on the peanut feeder in the basswood tree (Doe Lake Rd Gravenhurst), she was feeding peanuts to a juvenile. Our bluebird babies are very vocal now, they are the first birds calling when I step outside in the morning.

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