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Glacier National Park Area RFI

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Hello John, Last summer, there was a Northern Three-toed nest along the Red Eagle Lake Trail. It was in an area with conifers and looked like there had
maltabirder
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3:10 PM

Freezout P.M.

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A quick trip to in Freezout late afternoon. Saw several white Geese on Pond 5. Tundra Swans still in low numbers. did see one Rough-legged Hawk and first
birder43
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10:02 PM

Saturday in the Helena area

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Mob and Larry, I do not know where Sharon saw the Pygmy Nuthatches but they are reliable on section 7 of the Helena Christmas Bird Count. This area covers the
Hilary Turner
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Mar 15

West Yellowstone area birds

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Hi folks, this is indeed a Red Fox.  Thanks so much for the help!  Always great to have the mysteries solved. Best, Tim On Saturday, March 14, 2015 5:55 PM,
Tim Spahr
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Mar 15

MOB Year List vs. eBird

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Hi Dan Some of those look like species that “showed up” in Mad/Gal Co during my visit to Peru. They have been invalidated. Not from a trustworthy source!
Robin
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Mar 12

Pileated Woodpeckers south of Bozeman

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Sent From Sid Frissell's iPad
Sid Frissell
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Mar 11

Spidel Waterfowl Management Area

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Thanks Dan and nice catch. You are right! I went back and looked at my photos and there were at least 4 American Wigeons in the bunch. John
mccownii
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Mar 9

Freezout Sat AM

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Today at WS WMA there were about 500 Tundra Swans and 5000 pintails. I counted 16 species of waterfowl. The Bald Eagles that lost there nest last year to a
gary swant
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Mar 7

Hawk Identification

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I just realized that I have been looking at a gorgeous photo posted earlier by Chuck Carlson, not the photo posted by John Carlson. On the photo John posted
Stierle, Andrea
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Mar 5

McKay's Bunting

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This has become an amazing conversation. In researching for more information, I can see that experts have been having this conversation for quite some time.
sendtodebbie
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Mar 2

Spring migration.

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deaduck52 (please include your real name with your MOB posts): There are indeed concerns that as climate changes, bird migration and breeding will be "out of
danbcr10
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Feb 18

Varied Thrush Glacier NP

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MOBsters, Katie Heath and I visited the West side of Glacier National Park today and heard Varied Thrush singing at Lake McDonald lodge as well as the Lincoln
thomaskallmeyer
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Feb 14

Out of stater coming in June for McCowns Longspur / Sage Grouse

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Dan I would offer to help you here in the Ft. Peck/Glasgow area but it appears your schedule would leave little time for a proper search. The end of June may
Chuck Carlson
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Feb 10

Sharp-tailed grouse dancing at Benton Lake

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It is already more than a month past solstice and days are longer. I’d bet that there are many leks with Sharp-tails displaying. Chuck Carlson Ft. Peck From:
Chuck Carlson
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Jan 30
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