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FIELD NOTES – JUNE 2021

FIELD NOTES - JUNE 2021

   Another bird which we have taken note of—or he of us—is a really beautiful male Baltimore oriole, and now that Ladybird has taken to her family duties, he has taken to hanging around, but not attacking—just apparently admiring the reflection of himsel

FIELD NOTES: GROOVY GROOVE —– May 2021

FIELD NOTES: GROOVY GROOVE  ----- May 2021

   Handfeeding a few pretty brazen chickadees I have taken note that once their beak is full they then launch off in search of an appropriate tree branch to land on and disect the sunflower seed.

THE WAY WE WERE —- May 2021

THE WAY WE WERE ---- May 2021

There is still no clue to the yeggs who burglarized the Andes National Bank on the morning of May 16, and probably never will be. That morning about 4 o’clock a car with four or five men in it passed the laundry in Delhi and turned down Elm street.

FIELD NOTES: LEAF ME BE — April 2021

FIELD NOTES: LEAF ME BE — April 2021

As always, our Jack expounds on the beauty of being outdoors watching birds and other species.

BOOK REVIEW: ANXIOUS PEOPLE by Frederick Backman — April 2021

BOOK REVIEW: ANXIOUS PEOPLE by Frederick Backman  — April 2021

Jane enjoyed reading Anxious People – it made her laugh.

OUR READERS WRITE – April 2021

Jane Tompkins enjoys our Gazette