[wisb] Sure sign of spring

To me, one sure sign of spring is the noticeable updates of a European 
Starling's repertoire. Yesterday in my yard I watched and listened as a 
Starling perch high in one of our trees serenaded  anyone or anything that 
would listen.  In a matter of a few minutes he did Robin, Red-winged blackbird, 
Eastern Bluebird, House Finch, Killdeer, Grackle, Red-tailed Hawk, Chickadee 
and the rattling flight call of an Eastern Meadowlark that any self-conscience 
Northern Mockingbird would be proud to call his own, I was impressed. 

Scott Baughman
Sheboygan
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