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Another wintry mess arrives

March 19, 2013

Any robins that recently made their way to northcentral Pennsylvania for the arrival of spring on Wednesday may want to think twice. A steady snowfall that began to blanket the area Monday around 3 p....

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TheMoe

Mar-19-13 10:38 AM

That is a Waxwing, and they don't appear till the cherries and mulberries ripen, in mid Spring. Another uninformed writer for the "5 minute paper".

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wintergirl08

Mar-19-13 9:39 AM

( Myself, I Enjoyed The Lovely Falling Of The Snow. I'm Dreaming Of A White Easter. Just Reminising Of All The Memories Of Yesterday. : )

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enoughalready

Mar-19-13 8:57 AM

I have never seen a cardinal with a yellow tipped tail. Sarcasm works best when accurate.

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jeff33

Mar-19-13 8:42 AM

Sunny and in the 80s! Floridana, Florida, United States of America!

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wwestwind77

Mar-19-13 7:37 AM

That lovely Bird is called a Cedar Waxing. :)

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