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Re: [MOB-Montana] Wednesday at Freezout

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  • Michael Schwitters
    Maybe both. The Peregrine was eating something out were John saw the Turnstone. Ah, language. Mike
    Message 1 of 4 , May 23, 2012
    Maybe both.
    The Peregrine was eating something out were John saw the Turnstone.
    Ah, language.
    Mike

    On 5/23/2012 2:15 PM, Jeff Marks wrote:
    Mike,
     
    Who got the Ruddy Turnstone, the good-looking Peregrine, or John Nordrum?  As I recall, John isn't a bad-looking guy, and Peregrines eat turnstones.
     
    Jeff
     
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    Jeff Marks
    4241 SE Liebe Street
    Portland, OR 97206
    503-774-4783
    Birds of Montana Project
    http://mtaudubon.org/
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    ----- Original Message -----
    To: MOB
    Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2012 1:05 PM
    Subject: [MOB-Montana] Wednesday at Freezout

     

    MOB,
    Several of us were birding at Freezout this morning.  The Snowy Plover was not found.  A (the) small flock of Sanderling was present at the NW corner of the Main Lake.  John Nordrum found a good looking Peregrine Falcon (tundrius subspecies) that was seen by all.  However, he also got a Ruddy Turnstone that was gone before the rest of us could find it.  About 15 Black-bellied Plovers present early.
    Mike Schwitters
    Choteau MT



  • Michael Schwitters
    Oops, Sorry for including an attachment, should have put it in the album. Mike Schwitters Choteau MT
    Message 2 of 4 , May 23, 2012
      Oops,
      Sorry for including an attachment, should have put it in the album.
      Mike Schwitters
      Choteau MT


      On 5/23/2012 2:41 PM, Michael Schwitters wrote:
      Maybe both.
      The Peregrine was eating something out were John saw the Turnstone.
      Ah, language.
      Mike

      On 5/23/2012 2:15 PM, Jeff Marks wrote:
      Mike,
       
      Who got the Ruddy Turnstone, the good-looking Peregrine, or John Nordrum?  As I recall, John isn't a bad-looking guy, and Peregrines eat turnstones.
       
      Jeff
       
      *******************
      Jeff Marks
      4241 SE Liebe Street
      Portland, OR 97206
      503-774-4783
      Birds of Montana Project
      http://mtaudubon.org/
      *******************
      ----- Original Message -----
      To: MOB
      Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2012 1:05 PM
      Subject: [MOB-Montana] Wednesday at Freezout

       

      MOB,
      Several of us were birding at Freezout this morning.  The Snowy Plover was not found.  A (the) small flock of Sanderling was present at the NW corner of the Main Lake.  John Nordrum found a good looking Peregrine Falcon (tundrius subspecies) that was seen by all.  However, he also got a Ruddy Turnstone that was gone before the rest of us could find it.  About 15 Black-bellied Plovers present early.
      Mike Schwitters
      Choteau MT




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