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Ennis Lake and Harrison Reservoir - no rarities

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  • Bob
    Hi Mobsters, We took a little road trip down to Ennis Lake and Harrison Reservoir today. No rarities spotted, but a pleasant day. 43 species. Here is a
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 7, 2011
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      Hi Mobsters,

      We took a little road trip down to Ennis Lake and Harrison Reservoir today. No rarities spotted, but a pleasant day. 43 species. Here is a breakdown for those interested:

      Ennis Lake:

      Sanhill Cranes
      Osprey
      A.W. Pelicans
      Am. Crow
      Common Mergansers
      Horned Grebes
      Belted Kingfishers
      Bald Eagle (imm.)
      Red-winged Blackbirds
      Magpies
      Ring-billed Gulls
      Song Sparrows
      Vesper Sparrows
      Brewer's Blackbirds
      Common Grackles
      Western Meadowlarks
      Yellow-rumped Warblers
      Cedar Waxwings
      Redheads
      American Wigeons
      Franklin's Gulls
      Buffleheads
      Ring-necked Ducks
      Gadwalls
      Lesser Scaup
      Northern Harriers
      Am. Robins
      N. Flickers
      Red-tailed Hawks
      Eastern Kingbirds
      C. Raven
      American Avocets (on spit by old chimney)
      Common Loons
      Killdeer
      Turkey Vulture

      Harrison Reservoir:

      Pied-billed Grebes
      Western Grebe
      Red-necked Grebes
      Mallards
      Eurasian Collared Doves (in town)

      A few shorebirds were spotted but not identified.

      Good birding,
      Bob Starks
      Townsend
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