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Most Baltimore Orioles winter in the tropics, but once in a while an individual overwinters at a feeder, even in northern states. Learn more here: http://info.allaboutbirds.org/evergreen_birdnotes-winter-bird-feeding

Most Baltimore Orioles winter in the tropics, but once in a while an individual overwinters at a feeder, even in northern states. Learn more here: http://info.allaboutbirds.org/evergreen_birdnotes-winter-bird-feeding

Goldfinches molt their body feathers twice every year. This adult female has recently molted into its spring/summer plumage. She lacks black feathers on her forehead. Learn more here: info.allaboutbird...

Goldfinches molt their body feathers twice every year. This adult female has recently molted into its spring/summer plumage. She lacks black feathers on her forehead. Learn more here: info.allaboutbird...

Goldfinches are among the very few true vegans in the bird world, eating little more than seeds at any time of year. In most songbirds, parents feed growing nestlings insects. Goldfinches feed their young regurgitated seeds. Learn more here: info.allaboutbird...

Goldfinches are among the very few true vegans in the bird world, eating little more than seeds at any time of year. In most songbirds, parents feed growing nestlings insects. Goldfinches feed their young regurgitated seeds. Learn more here: info.allaboutbird...

Orioles are true omnivores, feeding on a variety of insects, fruits, and even some seeds. Learn more here: info.allaboutbird...

Orioles are true omnivores, feeding on a variety of insects, fruits, and even some seeds. Learn more here: info.allaboutbird...

Tufted Titmice are welcome at every feeder. Like chickadees, they seldom eat a seed in the feeder, but rather carry it off to a perch where they can feed away from others. Learn more here: http://info.allaboutbirds.org/evergreen_birdnotes-winter-bird-feeding

Tufted Titmice are welcome at every feeder. Like chickadees, they seldom eat a seed in the feeder, but rather carry it off to a perch where they can feed away from others. Learn more here: http://info.allaboutbirds.org/evergreen_birdnotes-winter-bird-feeding

Birds of Barrington: Wendy Paulson says this little known and seldom seen species has just recently returned to the Barrington area from South America. Also known as a "rain crow", this species is known to vocalize just before rainstorms. Can you name that bird? ... http://wp.me/p1NGbX-11Pt

Birds of Barrington: Wendy Paulson says this little known and seldom seen species has just recently returned to the Barrington area from South America. Also known as a "rain crow", this species is known to vocalize just before rainstorms. Can you name that bird? ... http://wp.me/p1NGbX-11Pt

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