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Savor the moment if you catch sight of a rose-breasted grosbeaks or other exotic birds. They won’t be around more than a few days to a couple of weeks.

Grab your binoculars. The annual show that comes with spring migration will accelerate daily for the next two weeks or so.

The next month will likely reveal new arrivals of resident breeders and colorful migrant birds passing through the Charlotte area.

The winter of 2013-14 will not soon be forgotten. Two significant events brought birds into the Southeast in unprecedented numbers and one upward trend continued.

Look for the usual surge of migrating birds in our area around the first of April.

A common behavior for birds is attacking their own reflections in windows and car mirrors. The aggressive bird thinks it is seeing an intruder in its territory.

I joined eight other birders last Sunday for a boat ride. What resulted was the most productive trip ever.

Food, water, shelter and some cozy places to nest will attract a variety of birds to your backyard.

Long-tailed ducks are seldom inland winter visitors in North Carolina, and are rare to uncommon along most areas of the coast in winter.

If you were able to watch your feeders over the course of last week’s winter storm, I am sure you noticed a definite increase in activity. Hopefully you saw some species that you have not noted regularly.

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