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  • seasidefarm
    Not sure how unusual this is, but today, at mile 18, East End road in HOmer, a Northern Harrier was making his way east along the bluffs, darting and gliding
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 28, 2013
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      Not sure how unusual this is, but today, at mile 18, East End road in
      HOmer, a Northern Harrier was making his way east along the bluffs,
      darting and gliding on the wind over the meadows.
      Also a sharp shinned hawk crossed the highway at mile 12, east road.
      The last fox and golden crowned sparrows have finally departed. Some
      White crowned showing up at the feeders, along with Juncos.
      Mossy
    • Martin Renner
      Yesterday, 28 Sep, on the road to Kenai: One OSPREY 15 km north of Deep Creek, 2 ad and 4 cygn. TRUMPETER SWAN near Clam Gulch, PECTORAL SANDPIPER and GREATER
      Message 2 of 4 , Sep 29, 2013
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        Yesterday, 28 Sep, on the road to Kenai: One OSPREY 15 km north of Deep Creek, 2 ad and 4 cygn. TRUMPETER SWAN near Clam Gulch, PECTORAL SANDPIPER and GREATER YELLOWLEGS at the Kenai river. 

        Martin Renner
        Homer, AK

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