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Migration of Finches

We all know that finches are a migratory bird. MiGO (Michigan Goldfinch Observers) has been observing a pair of Michigan goldfinches (Spinus tristus) since 2003. Statistics show that this particular pair has been spotted in 11 different countries and every state of the USA. They are attracted to feeding stations that serve the GC birdseed. They are rarely seen visiting the same GC more than once. MiGO surveillance shows that their finches are currently in Florida. I am hoping that I can attract them to this GC feeding station from 5-6 pm.

Sunday, January 27, 2019, 5:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Rico's Cafe & Pizzeria
5790 US-31
Grawn, MI  49637
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