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Ten Mile R. - Numbers Growing

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  • Karen Havlena
    Wed, 26 May 2010 --  Nine BRANT and three RED-BREASTED MERGANSERs are now at the Ten Mile R. bridge.  At least 8 PURPLE MARTINS were flying or sitting on a
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      Wed, 26 May 2010 --  Nine BRANT and three RED-BREASTED MERGANSERs are
      now at the Ten Mile R. bridge.  At least 8 PURPLE MARTINS were flying or sitting
      on a wire on the north side.  Eight GREAT BLUE HERONs, 2 GREAT EGRETs and
      a single SNOWY EGRET were along the shore.  On the north side of the bridge,
      there were single YELLOW, WILSON'S and  2 ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLERs.

      Of course, it was nice to see the Canada Geese with goslings and a flock of
      Common Mergansers.  Also, there was no wind, simply lovely and calm.

      Karen Havlena
      Ten Mile Area
      North of Fort Bragg, MEN, California 




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