Re: Pine Siskins

Henrietta Bensussen

I live in Santa Rosa now, and they are everywhere, around buildings, in forests and parks...Henri

On 3/11/2021 8:50 AM, Sarah Grimes wrote:
3/10/21 Flock of 40+ Near Jug Handle Beach 

On Mar 10, 2021, at 8:50 AM, Havana Davidson via <havanadavidson@...> wrote:

 None seen here in Albion village. I had taken feeders down but put one up for a test run two days ago and didn’t see any.
Did see an adult Bald Eagle with talons full of grass fly right by the window last week. Thats the action in the village. 

On Mar 9, 2021, at 11:16 AM, jackson_us <jackson2@...> wrote:

3/9/21 Anchor Bay
No Pine Siskin flocks, but “our” two Ospreys are perched on the nest this morning. They are back! Jeanne
From: Tim Bray
Sent: Tuesday, March 9, 2021 10:46 AM
To: Mendobirds
Subject: Re: [Mendobirds] Pine Siskins

We still had a smaller flock of around 30 Siskins a few days ago, but are now down to just individuals. Is anyone else still seeing large flocks?


On 2/27/2021 7:36 PM, Tim Bray wrote:

As most of you know, this is a major irruption winter for Pine Siskins, with the consequent outbreak of Salmonellosis, and there have been some articles in newspapers that have caught people's attention. I am getting quite a few people asking whether they should take down their feeders and if so, when can they put them back up. So this is a request to keep track of Pine Siskin sightings and report here when you think you've seen the last of them! It's always harder to pin down the date of departure than arrival. Those of you making regular eBird entries will have an easier time of it. If you're not doing that, this is a request to just keep track of each day when you see Pine Siskins, and if a week goes by without a sighting, let me know.

Thanks, keep your feeders clean and wash your hands!

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