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  • Tom Smith
    Early afternoon, Monday, April 22 lots of geese: cackling, Canada, greater white-fronted, snow, & I am pretty sure a pair of Ross (smaller, stubby bill,
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 22, 2013
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      Early afternoon, Monday, April 22

      lots of geese: cackling, Canada, greater white-fronted, snow, & I am
      pretty sure a pair of Ross' (smaller, stubby bill, darker bill)
      ducks: long-tailed, mallard, Am wigeon
      swans: trumpeter

      Best seen from the Matanuska Rd, perhaps 100 yards after leaving Glen
      Hwy. Looking down on the birds.

      Tom Smith, Wasilla


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    • J Pat Valentik
      There were at least four Tundra Swans a little after 7pm J Pat Valentik Huntsville, AR 479 981 0901 http://birdtravel.blogspot.com/ ... --
      Message 2 of 3 , Apr 22, 2013
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        There were at least four Tundra Swans a little after 7pm

        J Pat Valentik
        Huntsville, AR
        479 981 0901

        http://birdtravel.blogspot.com/

        On 4/22/2013 7:39 PM, Tom Smith wrote:
        > Early afternoon, Monday, April 22
        >
        > lots of geese: cackling, Canada, greater white-fronted, snow, & I am
        > pretty sure a pair of Ross' (smaller, stubby bill, darker bill)
        > ducks: long-tailed, mallard, Am wigeon
        > swans: trumpeter
        >
        > Best seen from the Matanuska Rd, perhaps 100 yards after leaving Glen
        > Hwy. Looking down on the birds.
        >
        > Tom Smith, Wasilla
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >
        >

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      • Christopher Sahlstrom
        A couple of Wilson Snipes circling with their loud winnowing calls. Two American Wigeons in the pond were closely overflown by a pair of hunting Northern
        Message 3 of 3 , May 13, 2014
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          A couple of Wilson Snipes circling with their loud winnowing calls. Two American Wigeons in the pond were closely overflown by a pair of hunting Northern Harriers. Also seen: Savannah Sparrow, White-crowned Sparrow, Canada Geese, Mew Gulls, and Black-billed Magpies.

          Boondoc
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