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Lake Co- Burrowing Owl, Tundra Swan, Redhead, Lewis's Woodpecker

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  • loucalv
    Saturday Jan 25, 2014 At Detert Reservoir , the REDHEAD and CACKLING GOOSE were still present. At 18975 Butts Canyon Road, there was a LEWIS S WOODPECKER
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      Saturday Jan 25, 2014

      At Detert Reservoir , the REDHEAD and CACKLING GOOSE were still present.

      At 18975 Butts Canyon Road, there was a LEWIS'S WOODPECKER flying around the
      oaks on both sides of the road.

      The BURROWING OWL was not present at 1150am but was there at 336pm.

      The TUNDRA SWAN and (11) GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE were at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park. Follow McVicar trail to where you first start seeing open water.
      This is an estimated 2.5 miles from the parking lot.

      Calvin Lou
      SF
    • loucalv
      The burrowing owl was on Callayomi Road, opposite the farm house 4/10 of a mile. It was on the second mound. Calvin Lou SF ... From: cdlou37@comcast.net To:
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        The burrowing owl was on Callayomi Road, opposite the farm house 4/10 of a mile.
        It was on the second mound.

        Calvin Lou
        SF

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        Sent: Saturday, January 25, 2014 7:43:36 PM
        Subject: Lake Co- Burrowing Owl, Tundra Swan, Redhead, Lewis's Woodpecker

        Saturday Jan 25, 2014

        At Detert Reservoir , the REDHEAD and CACKLING GOOSE were still present.

        At 18975 Butts Canyon Road, there was a LEWIS'S WOODPECKER flying around the
        oaks on both sides of the road.

        The BURROWING OWL was not present at 1150am but was there at 336pm.

        The TUNDRA SWAN and (11) GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE were at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park. Follow McVicar trail to where you first start seeing open water.
        This is an estimated 2.5 miles from the parking lot.

        Calvin Lou
        SF
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