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  • dwgalinat
    A lot of birds passing through. Black necked stilt on and off for two weeks, M Godwits, Cattle Egret yesturday 2, 4 sp of grebe, BC nightherons David
    Message 1 of 5 , May 3, 2005
      A lot of birds passing through. Black necked stilt on and off for
      two
      weeks, M Godwits, Cattle Egret yesturday 2, 4 sp of grebe, BC
      nightherons
      David
    • Evelyn Horn
      Water is receding, north ponds nearly gone. About 50 Pelicans, the usual crowd, Semipalmated Plover tonight. Families of Canadas and of Pied-billed Grebe.
      Message 2 of 5 , May 21, 2005
        Water is receding, north ponds nearly gone.
        About 50 Pelicans, the usual crowd, Semipalmated Plover tonight. Families of Canadas and of Pied-billed Grebe.
        Family of Black-crowned Night-herons: both adults and one juvenile.
        Neat Place!
        Evey Horn
      • Dennis Garrison
        is dropping, water is now away from the causeway by many yards. Highlights were an avocet and a yellowlegs, as well as an ash-throated flycatcher perched
        Message 3 of 5 , Jul 12, 2014
          is dropping, water is now away from the causeway by many yards.  Highlights were an avocet and a yellowlegs, as well as an ash-throated flycatcher perched along the road.  Many pelicans, a few grebes way out in the open water, and killdeer and spotted sandpipers along the edge.
        • Meghan Waschbusch
          Three Coopers Hawk fledges in downtown Montrose. They were hanging out in the street and in someone s driveway. They eventually flew up into a large
          Message 4 of 5 , Jul 12, 2014

            Three Coopers Hawk fledges in downtown Montrose. They were hanging out in the street and in someone's driveway. They eventually flew up into a large cottonwood, where I believe the nest is. I heard a female there in the fall.
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            On Jul 12, 2014, at 12:01 PM, "Dennis Garrison dennisgarrison@... [wsbn]" <wsbn-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

             

            is dropping, water is now away from the causeway by many yards.  Highlights were an avocet and a yellowlegs, as well as an ash-throated flycatcher perched along the road.  Many pelicans, a few grebes way out in the open water, and killdeer and spotted sandpipers along the edge.

          • geofftischbein
            Nice trip to Fruitgrowers yesterday (21). All the usual suspects (shovelers, mallardes, cinnamon and green-winged teal, common mergansers, earred and western
            Message 5 of 5 , Apr 22, 2015
              Nice trip to Fruitgrowers yesterday (21). All the usual suspects (shovelers, mallardes, cinnamon and green-winged teal, common mergansers, earred and western grebes, coots, Franklin's, Bonaparte, ring-billed and California gulls, Canada geese, great blue herons, red-winged and yellow-headed blackbirds) as well as half a dozen yellow-legs and willets,  12 marbeled godwits, 20 white-faced ibis, Swaison's hawk, song sparrows, marsh wrens, snipe, 99% sure of a Virgina's rail, kildeer and a semipalmated plover (that was cool!) and three sandhills came in for a landing so still some around.. Had an osprey fly about 30 feet over the top of us and a common loon taking an extensive bath at Swietzer.


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