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Our Winter Bird Highlights, summarizing the results from the 2022-23 season, is now online.


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Darya Kowalski-Ewczynski

Surrey, BC, Canada


7:30 a.m. minus 10 celcius. I spent some time online trying to identify this bird as I’ve never seen his kind before. He is a first time visitor to my backyard feeders.


A Backyard Surprise Visitor

Male Varied Thrush is new to the neighbourhood.

One reply on “A Backyard Surprise Visitor”

John Gillies says:

We usually see a few in the yard here in Lynden during fall/winter. In fact we saw our first this year just last weekend. They are always feeding on the ground, never up on the feeder. I’ve heard them called Mountain Robins.

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