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24764Re: Mountain Bluebirds

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  • bernardtremblay
    Mar 20, 2013
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      Nick, It is interesting that the first Mountain Bluebird observations are coming from Saskatoon instead of Regina or further south. Maybe the mountain blue birds are avoiding the Moose-Jaw Regina Crooked Lake snow belt and just going up through Swift Current and the Alberta border.

      Bernard.

      Regina.

      --- In Saskbirds@yahoogroups.com, "Nick Saunders" <nikovich@...> wrote:
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      > Good afternoon folks,
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      > Some earlier news to report , that I failed to mention yesterday.
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      > I have friends that work at the Beaver Creek Center not far from town, off HWY.219.
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      > They reported 6 Mountain Bluebirds last Wednesday flying over the creek. The birds ( 2 males, and 4 females ) were also spotted by a bunch of school kids on a hike.
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      > Ron Jensen and I looked for these birds over the weekend but were unable to re-locate them.
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      > We did however turn up many Sharp-tailed Grouse, ( at least 20 ) out early, eating the buds from some native shrubs and trees. Other than that, there was not much around at all.
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      > Cheers,
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      > Nick
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