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4/5/2022
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New Year Brings New Bird Sightings To Wisconsin

Winter Weather Brings Rare Feathered Finds 

Wisconsin capped off 2021 with rare state sightings of species including the third-ever spotting of the tufted duck in Milwaukee and a king eider in Pepin County. The new year is continuing this momentum with sightings of a purple sandpiper in Milwaukee and an ivory gull in Douglas County.

Modest numbers of waterfowl continue to linger on open water while bird feeders bustle with goldfinches, siskins and purple finches. Away from feeders, be on the lookout for Bohemian waxwings near fruit sources and pine grosbeaks, recently spotted as far south as Green Bay.

Read more in this week's birding report.

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