Sun, 1 Apr, 2012 -- This morning, a Cooper's Hawk captured a Eur. Collared-Dove
and flew over to the bluff with it. There was a trail of grayish-white feathers scattered
Also, there were Pine Siskins, a Dark-eyed "Oregon" Junco, the Steller's Jay, and
the usual crowd waiting for seed.
Two Black-bellied Plovers, a/the Long-billed Curlew, and a dozen Sanderlings on
Seaside Beach. The surf was very high, even though the high tide was only 4.9 ft.
Karen & Jim Havlena
North of Fort Bragg, MEN, Cal
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