Migration? (birds ). Photo by hurricanep
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Uploaded by: hurricanep

Thursday March 28, 2013

Mandeville, LA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Seems they are not ready to migrate yet.

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4. Biskitten
12:08 AM GMT on March 29, 2013
Super shot & series!
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3. hurricanep
11:55 PM GMT on March 28, 2013
Thanks so much for the information. I am just surprised to see them so late in the year. I checked my pictures from previous years and never had them here this late. I am happy to see them either way.
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2. canuckjune
10:58 PM GMT on March 28, 2013
They are smart, they would not want to be here in the snow and fog, Haven't seen one lately only redpolls and sparrows and I don't blame them.
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1. Feather3
10:36 PM GMT on March 28, 2013
American Goldfinches don't breed in your area? I thought they were residents year round in most of their range (I could very well be wrong, because I certainly haven't seen many here yet and they're usually here - northern California coast - by now). Of course, they are rather irruptive in their feeding habits and not truly migratory - but this male is getting his breeding plumage a little late, too, so maybe they're staying? I know in most of their range they wait until certain species of native wildflowers (thistles and others) go to seed before they raise babies; sometimes as late a mid to late summer, so perhaps they're just taking their time :)
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