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This Is Our View

by ohiosamishcountry.com

By Nancy LembkeIn the fall they seem to slip out of their summer colors of bright yellow and distinctive black and put on dull, humble shades of brown and tan feathers. Throughout the winter months they quietly blend in with the brown Sparrows and gray Juncos.  In Ohio, the Gold Finch seems content to melt into the dreary background of the darkness of winter.But now that spring has arrived, these tiny resident birds suddenly burst upon the scene in their brightest apparel, seemingly challenging even the earliest yellow dandelions in the yard. The huge bird-feeder station behind the Inn is a place of constant activity. When we say "huge", we aren't exaggerating. It measures 4x8 fEEt ...

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