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Nature Notebook

Last week, Sarett naturalists could be seen “flocking” to the bird feeding windows to witness a sight most of us had never seen before! At around 9:30 a.m. last Tuesday, around 20 evening grosbeaks, a bird normally found throughout Canada, were feeding on the sunflower and mixed seed we had just placed outside on the feeding logs. They gobbled the seed up and quickly dispersed, leaving us in delight of what we witnessed. We didn’t see a big group of them again but could see and hear individuals in the trees around the nature center the rest of the day.

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