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November 10, 2012

Second storm brings more unusual birds

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In addition to the increased activity at the backyard feeders, including reports of evening grosbeaks, pine siskins and redpolls, it will be interesting to see what other birds the storm left behind. If you would like to venture afield with the Mass Audubon Group, they have bird walks every Wednesday and Saturday morning. You can contact the Mass Audubon Joppa Flats Center at 978-462-9998 for more information.

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Steve Grinley is the owner of Bird Watcher’s Supply and Gift at the Route 1 traffic circle in Newburyport and the Nature Shop at Joppa Flats.

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