RBA Fairbanks Alaska April 1 2008
- * Fairbanks and Interior
* April 1, 2008
Great Gray Owl
number: (907) 451-9213
to report: (907) 451-9213
coverage: Fairbanks and vicinity
Welcome to the Birding Hotline for interior Alaska as of April 1.
A NORTHERN HAWK OWL was seen at mile 9 on the Steese
Highway on March 30. Another NORTHERN HAWK OWL was
seen on Viewpoint Drive off of Farmer's Loop on March 19.
A flock of 50 - 60 SNOW BUNTINGS is being seen daily in the
UAF Ag fields.
A RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH was seen in Salcha on March 30
Also on March 30, a NORTHERN GOSHAWK was seen on Beberg Court.
An AMERICAN ROBIN was seen at the Wedgewood Resort on March 27.
A BALD EAGLE was seen at the corner of Miller Hill Extension and Harper
Rd. on March 25. Also on March 25, a GREAT GRAY OWL was seen 1 mile
North of Mile 11 Chena Hot Springs Road.
Upcoming events include:
Birds of the Boreal I - Identifying Grouse, Woodpeckers, & Owls will take
place on April 2 from 7-9 PM at the ABO Center for Education & Research.
The cost is $12/person; $10/ABO members (Or $60/$50 for the whole series)
Birds of the Boreal II- Diurnal Raptor Identification will be presented by
Dr. Carol McIntyre of the National Park Service on April 9 from 7-9 PM at
ABO Center for Education & Research. The cost is $12/person; $10/ABO
members (Or $60/$50 for the whole series)
Birds of the Boreal III- Identifying those Little Birds (Passerines), will
presented by Susan Sharbaugh on April 23 from 7-9 PM at the ABO Center
for Education & Research. The cost is $12/person; $10/ABO members
(Or $60/$50 for the whole series)
If you plan to record a bird sighting, please include the date and place
where the bird was seen along with your name and phone number.
If you wish to become a member of the Arctic Audubon Society please
call Mary Zalar at 479-4547.
Thanks for calling the birding hotline.
Visit Arctic Audubon Society's website: http://www.arcticaudubon.org/
Site includes information on birding locations in Interior Alaska as well
As a calendar of Arctic Audubon programs.
Also visit Alaska Bird Observatory's website: http://www.alaskabird.org/
Directions to the sites mentioned in the report can found in 'A Birder's
Guide to Alaska' by George C. West; American Birding Association;
2002 ISBN 1-878788-19-1
Ken Russell and Laurel Devaney
PO Box 71462
Fairbanks, Alaska 99707
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