|The old Temple-Stuart (a former furniture manufacturer) water tower in Baldwinville|
The weeds along the river attracted a good number of American Tree and lesser numbers of Song and White-throated Sparrows. Not completely unexpected, but tough to find, was a Swamp Sparrow. Within a small flock of American Goldfinches were a few Common Redpolls and a single White-winged Crossbill was also heard flying high over head.
|A small(er) form of Canada Goose, just above center|
|One of six White-throated Sparrows on the day|
|Two female Common Mergansers|
|Common Redpoll (R) with House Finch (L)|
|Sunset over "The Back Bay" of Baldwinville|
|The day's list|