- Sep 1, 2008Acting on Dave's posting I drove out behind the airport. At the point
where the pavement ends, (end of the double yellow line) near the
fuel tanks, there was a very small puddle on the south side of the
road. Dozens of birds were flying down to drink and bath in the
puddle. I had stumbling into a very large, mixed flock, of migrants,
moving through the area. The trees were filled with birds in all
direction. I believe I saw at least 9 different species in less then
ten minutes. Then suddenly they were all gone - not a bird in sight!
However, I did take a couple, of poor quality photos, of a
female/juvenile MacGillivray's Warbler.
--- In AKBirding@yahoogroups.com, davidsonne@... wrote:
> There is a nice group of about 30 sparrows (White-crowned, Golden-
> Lincoln's) and a few Orange-crowned Warblers at the recycling plant
at the end
> of West Northern Lights Boulevard.
> Dave Sonneborn
> **************It's only a deal if it's where you want to go. Find
> deal here.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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