[TN-Bird] Rusties and red-belly

  • From: Dthomp2669@xxxxxxx
  • To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2010 09:30:04 EDT

Hello Birders,
At my home in the Charlotte Park area of West Nashville in Davidson County, 
 two glorious rusty blackbirds just came onto my deck to "ruffle" their 
feathers  and sing (THAT'S singing?) their distinctive song.  After a few 
minutes of  showing off for me, they flew away toward the northwest.
Earlier, while putting out peanut butter for my mockers & other birds,  I 
heard the first red-bellied woodpecker for my yard this year.  Two  
mockingbirds came at my call and gorged themselves; now it's chickadee  time!  
Several other usual species are here to gobble down the assorted  grains and 
Dee Thompson
Nashville, TN

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