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Subject:Re: Newby
From:linda whyte <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:linda whyte <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 21 Feb 2011 11:17:42 -0600

We appreciate the invitation, Bruce; and while Larry has a point, just
think about all the warblers those insects will bring you ;-)
Welcome to MN birding.
Linda Whyte

On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 8:21 AM, Bruce Marzinske <> wrote:
> Hello!, I just moved up to No. Central Mn from N. Iowa. This is my first winter at the lake place between Hackensack and Longville. I am really happy with the winter finches I've been seeing this winter. Mostly the Redpolls of which I'm looking at 40-50 at this moment, as I drink my morning coffee and watch my feeders just 6' from my window. I even have 2-3 Hoary Redpolls (lifer) coming at a regular basis. Evening/Pine Grosbeaks are irregular but present as well. Can't wait to see what happens as winter peels back. I have 45 acres of land with many cart paths winding throughout various habitats. We have 1/4 mile of undeveloped marsh/bog shoreline, a 14-15 acre tamarack/tea bog, and the usual hardwood/aspen/pine. I would welcome any member to tour my grounds if you call ahead. It's a little dicey to walk now with the massive melt/freeze, but I'm hoping that will change soon. We have several orchid species as well for those so inclined. Bruce.  218 682 2029
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