Re: Smow gooseRe: [Mendobirds] 22 Greater Yellowlegs - Fort Bragg
- View SourceSorry the subject line was misspelled; we thought it was a Snow Goose before looking through the scope.
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On Apr 12, 2013, at 7:58 PM, Sarah W <redwoodsinger@...> wrote:
> 7:45 pm 4/12/13 Friday
> There is a Ross's Goose in the same area with 2 Mallards right now;
> David Flaim also saw a Dunlin earlier today.
> Sarah Wagner, PT
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> On Apr 11, 2013, at 12:30 PM, K A Havlena <kahavlena@...> wrote:
> > Thu, 11 April 2013 -- Dorothy Tobkin called to say that 22 GREATER YELLOWLEGS
> > were taking shelter from the wind on the east side of the Pudding Creek bridge. She
> > could also see several dowitchers, one was a LONG-BILLED. No Lesser Yellowlegs
> > were seen. This is the highest number of GRYE Toby has ever seen together in
> > Mendocino County!
> > Pudding Creek bridge is on the north side of Fort Bragg along Hwy 1.
> > For Dorothy Tobkin
> > (K Havlena)
> > Fort Bragg, MEN, Ca
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