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Harlequin Duck and belated reports

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  • Ron LeValley
    There was a single male Harlequin Duck upstream from the Noyo Harbor (visible from the parking lot at the boat ram on the south side of the river) today.
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 22 8:56 PM
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      There was a single male Harlequin Duck upstream from the Noyo Harbor
      (visible from the parking lot at the boat ram on the south side of the
      river) today.



      Ospreys were making a lot of noise as well and there was a group of 15
      Ravens floating about the Osprey nest area.



      Last Sunday, the 16th, there was a singing Pacific Slope Flycatcher and at
      least 5 singing Orange-crowned Warblers along Ten Mile River about 3 miles
      upstream from the Highway 1 Bridge.



      Spring is here...



      Cheers, Ron



      Ron LeValley
      Mad River Biologists
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