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Subject Chasing Pine Flycatchers and Slate-throa

Date Sat Jul 9 2016 08:40
Author Edge
Thank you for sharing your very special oasis, a place of adventure and peace of your own making. And thank you for sharing the desert and mountains, the cacti and shrubs, flowers in bloom, the smells unique to southeast Arizona, and the sights and sounds of juncos, flycatchers, creepers, towhees, hummingbirds, and warblers (weren't those red-faced fun to watch!). And most of all, thank you for sharing your appreciation and enthusiasm for the many aspects of birding that keep us yearning for those winding roads.

Edge

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