Notes on Clarke County Migrants

Published in 1954

Throughout the winter months my wife and I maintain three separate feeding stations for the birds. One is on a ledge, just outside a dining room window, one is a shallow box suspended from a horizontal pecan limb and only a few feet from the window, and the third is a plot of ground. They are so aligned that we can watch all three from our table.

Author: George A. Carleton
Volume Number: 2 Year Published: 1954
Issue Number: 3-4
Page Number: 37

Link to article: 2 No. 3, 4_1954_p36.pdf
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