Page 1 shows the ficker, a downy wood pecker, an eagle, a mourning dove and a berwick's wren. The spotted towhee was nesting next to the little boxwood hedge under a heather. The nefarious neighbour was running his weedeater all along the edge of that little hedge on MY property. I do not know if the feral cats got those birds, or they managed to fledge. more information on the spotted towhee. The eagles have a nest somewhere nearby. There were a pair of them for a few years and we would see the baby eagles out for flight training. For the last few years there has only been one eagle. It does not seem to have taken a new partner, and continues on alone.

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