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Old Thursday 2nd March 2006, 19:57   #1
scarlett6
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Goldfinch Migration Early in North Texas?

February 27th was the last day I had swarms of GoldFinches at my feeders. Co-incidentally, it was the day my husband brought home 20 more pounds of thistle seed... :)

Isn't this awfully early for the North Texas area?

What makes them migrate so early?

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