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MVFN Nature Notebook Sighting: Hundreds of Snow Buntings

Sighting received Jan 11, 2017: Lise Balthazar is seeing hundreds of Snow Buntings on her property and sends some photos:

” The numbers have been gradually increasing and we now have about 200 birds visiting and feeding every day. I feed them white millet. I keep in touch with the Snow Bunting Network; they have volunteers who do banding of those birds to track their movements and to try to understand why their numbers are declining. For years now, I have been asking that group if someone could come and band some of our birds, but I haven’t had any success yet.”

Snow Buntings, Lanark, Jan 3, 2016. photo Lise Balthazar

Snow Buntings, Lanark, Jan 3, 2017. photo Lise Balthazar

Snow Buntings, Lanark. photo Lise Balthazar

Snow Buntings, Lanark. photo Lise Balthazar

Snow Buntings, Lanark, Jan 6, 2017. photo Lise Balthazar

Snow Buntings, Lanark, Jan 6, 2017. photo Lise Balthazar

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Lise Balthazar

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