- Feb 3View Source
I saw about 22 Bald Eagles within a couple miles along Hwy 89 south of Clyde Park this morning. Most of them were grouped together perched on a few trees at about mile marker 10.
Clyde Park yard birds continue to be consistently the same 12-14 species. Of note, the Harris's Sparrow is still present on a daily basis along with 10-30 Tree Sparrows. A White-breasted Nuthatch has reappeared after not seeing one for a couple months. Clark's Nutcracker, Hairy WP, Downy WP, Northern Flicker, Evening Grosbeak, BC Chickadee and Mountain Chickadee are other regulars of note.
Clyde Park, MT