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Letter: Bird-watching treat

Roaring Fork Audubon would like to thank Doug and Lois Teegarden for hosting our Earth Day field trip to see all three of the elusive, high-elevation rosy finch species that visit their feeders in the winter and early spring.

What a treat for more than 14 of us to see these as well as 11 other high-elevation specialists that survive our harsh northern winters!

Spring migration is coming. Get out and enjoy our native birds!

Mary Harris

President, Roaring Fork Audubon

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