[Mnbird] still no backyard birds

Pamela Freeman gleskarider at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 21:05:38 CDT 2016


We live in Anoka county and have at least two if not three pairs of orioles
nesting near our home. They have been coming to my jelly feeder since very
early May. I also have grosbeaks and hummingbirds and tanagers and
redstarts, catbirds. I have not seen indigos, yet, but we always get them,
also.
On Jun 1, 2016 7:54 PM, "Sherry Paul via Mnbird" <mnbird at lists.mnbird.net>
wrote:

> We have not seen Orioles this spring either.  Usually they come through
> with the hummingbirds and now I think we will not see them at all.  We are
> up north - in St. Louis county on the Cloquet River.
>
> On 6/1/2016 6:24 PM, heather keena via Mnbird wrote:
>
> I looked up some photos from last May and there were Indigo Buntings, Orioles and RGBs happily chowing down at my feeders. This year I haven’t seen a single Oriole or any of the others. I’ve been
> putting out Jelly and Oranges since the last week in april and keeping a couple different types of seed constantly filled. The most interesting bird we’ve had in the yard is a Gray Catbird. I always forget about their crazy calls and think I have some really, really special bird.
> Until the meowing, then I remember.
>
> Is there any hope for migrating birds to turn up? I’m on the river bluff in St. Paul.
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