Signs of Fall

Date: 08/31/2023

Last day to see multiple orioles at the feeders. This is by far the latest they've been avidly at the jelly. They even duked it out with the bees to get at it. I usually pull the feeders by the end of the first week in August, as we tend to have some crisp nights out here at that time. This year, the overnights have been in the 60s, so I'm guessing that's what made the feeders more appealing since the 1st of September, I saw only a migrant oriole at the feeder. They appear to have departed, en masses, at that date. Sure miss the little stamps.

Delevan, NY

Latitude: 42.5 Longitude: -78.5

Observed by: Michelle
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