Bright as a circus poster on a weather beaten barn, the Western Tanager looks like a highly embarrassed Goldfinch. No tree-top Caruso, he sings for his own enjoyment, telling of far-flung solitudes and the carefree existence, while his wife does the chores. When he visits your fruit orchard, remember that he eats mostly insects. Ornaments on Christmas trees in July, commemorates in the color the autumn leaf, and is what you can say something is not as yellow as.
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