Trail Cam Mystery Answered

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Since early May, I have had a motion-sensitive trail cam next to Stiles Thomas bird drip.

I asked readers to see if they could I.D. the birds and critters that appeared.

Some are easy, some are difficult. We started with Wild Turkeys (above) and a  Dark-eyed Junco that stuck around (below).  Ginny C. was the first to I.D. them.

 

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Backyard Wren Fest

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The House Wrens in the Wright-Finn backyard are now parents of at least two hungry chicks.

Thought I'd share a few photos. I also have photos of one of the parents removing the equivalent of a dirty diaper, but thought I'd spare you.

By the way, this is the nesting box that replaced the one I wrote about in The Record a year ago. That column is here.

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Monday Mystery 061917: Trail-Cam Pix

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Since early May, I have had a motion-sensitive trail cam next to Stiles Thomas bird drip.

I have deleted thousands of images and kept a few, including a little surprise or two.

We can I.D. most of them. How about you?  I'll post at least two a week so as no prolong the agony.

(I would have gotten a high-def trail cam but they cost three times as much.)

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