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Spotted Towhees Reappear

There was a beautiful blue spruce in our yard. About 20 years ago the tree was blown down during a windstorm. I was so saddened to lose that tree because it was a haven for many bird species. When we … Continue reading

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Pipilo maculatus

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Spotted towhees (Pipilo maculatus) are denizens of dry, brushy areas and forest edges – habitats with dense shrub cover and lots of leaf litter. Here they hop about scratching for seeds, nuts, berries and small invertebrates. Because they usually forage … Continue reading

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