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Re: [Saskbirds] Finally some Gray Jays

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  • Bob
    Brenda Apparently this will be a big year for Boreal Owls. Already one has been found at Grand Forks after being struck by a a car. Others have apparently been
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      Brenda
      Apparently this will be a big year for Boreal Owls. Already one has been found at Grand Forks after being struck by a a car. Others have apparently been banded at Duluth.(I believe.) Keep a sharp eye out for these everyone.

      Good Birding
      Bob
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      From: Brenda Schmidt
      To: Saskbirds@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2004 10:32 AM
      Subject: [Saskbirds] Finally some Gray Jays


      Gray Jays - 2 at the suet in our -34 Creighton yard this morning.

      Northern Hawk Owl - 3 One near Weirdale and two near Smeaton yesterday.

      Snow Bunting - 5 flocks yesterday on the grid between Luck Lake and
      Macrorie, 300+ per flock. One flock was 500+.

      Sharp-tailed Grouse were plentiful in the hills north of Luck Lake on Dec 4.

      Harvey & Brenda Schmidt
      Creighton, SK



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