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(6)The goose was on Tina Lake this morning about 9:30 a.m. Note that you need to be driving east on Dowling in order to even notice the lake and that there is
(3)Also heard FOS RCKI 6 mile Palmer Fishhook near Hatcher Pass this afternoon. always great to hear.
(3)This morning 200 Canada geese and 5 Sandhill Cranes observed here. Sent from my iPhone Dan Conrad
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(10)Gone from my yard near Hatcher Pass about 10 days ago. Many still in the forest but only a half dozen at the feeders. Sent from my iPad
(5)The emperor goose appears to have changed locations (assuming it's the same one) and is at UAA this morning. It was feeding with Canada geese on the lawn in
(5)From 1:00-1:30 when I was there it was on the lawn by the library near the old fountain.
(3)Yes. It usually after the 10th. Often seen at the outflow of Beluga Lake. That is Carmen Field's bird. She always said she could find the "first shorebird" of
(3)This is excellent advice from both Thede and Dave. Friday afternoon I dropped off a bag of bird seed and a six pack of beer. Chris, the nice guy putting out
(4)I think she had a Purple Dave Sent from my iPhone
(12)I saw it this morning at 9:30. From: "email@example.com [AKBirding]" To: AKBirding@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, March
Jamin H. Taylor
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