Re: [wsbn] Southeast Montrose
- We've been watching for Cranes on our walks in the Redlands, GJ, this fall, and saw the first ones- 100 plus, yesterday headed SE along the north edge of the Colo. Monument at abt. 3 pm. Sounds like the same ones you saw?! They were in the most beautiful, almost perfect V, very high up over us; so couldn't believe we could hear them in their occasional distinctive calls. Thanks all for doing this, we've been enjoying watching what people have been seeing. Mary Kronvall----- Original Message -----From: bill harrisSent: Thursday, November 11, 2010 6:53 PMSubject: Re: [wsbn] Southeast MontroseBusy bird day around my place not far from Missy's place.Juncoes as well as a gray catbird, pinyon jay, white breasted nuthatchmountain chickadee, flicker and cedar waxwings. About 100 SandhillCranes flew over the house about 4:30 pm, headed south.we've had a catbird visit a few winter's ago.Bill Harris----- Original Message -----From: Missy SidersSent: Thursday, November 11, 2010 5:37 PMSubject: [wsbn] Southeast Montrose
Today we had our first juncos of the season. Also a gray jay!
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