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3BY1: Quarterly Report April 2, 2014

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American goldfinch, mourning dove, dark-eyed junco, black-capped chickadee, northern cardinal, American tree sparrow, white-breasted nuthatch, tufted titmouse, blue jay, American crow, rock dove/pigeon, red-tailed hawk, European starling, Canada goose, belted kingfisher, northern mockingbird, great blue heron, downy woodpecker, common raven, mallard, hairy woodpecker, purple finch, house sparrow, American robin, Carolina wren, horned lark, barred owl, eastern bluebird, snowy owl, northern harrier, pileated woodpecker, house finch, bald eagle, red-bellied woodpecker, wild turkey, red-winged blackbird, American kestrel, common grackle, turkey vulture, herring gull. (40. 2012: 40. 2013: 53.)

The prize, of course, is the snowy owl. We went up to Dead Creek looking for one on February 22, and Tim found it! The scope we set up attracted lots of other birders. I may never see another. It was a great day.

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1. Mali - April 7, 2014

Glad you saw the snowy owl. If I wrote a BY: Quarterly report, I’d have about four birds on it. Sigh. Though they would include kereru and tui. (Sparrow, seagull, and something little that comes to the house that I can’t identify.)

indigobunting - April 8, 2014

By the way, sparrows and seagulls kind of kill me. There are so many species, and I find it harder to get motivated to identify the ones I don’t know. Ah, to see a kereru and tui! (In fact, I will look up kereru now!)

indigobunting - April 8, 2014

Reporting back: A pigeon! A pretty one. Google’s first reports are that maybe those reports that this protected species was served to Will and Kate are incorrect…

Mali - April 9, 2014

Yes (replying to your last message). Those reports are ridiculous. They come out of British media though, so … Anyway, I think you saw this …http://aseparatelife.wordpress.com/2014/01/26/kereru-vist-again/

2. indigobunting - April 10, 2014

Gorgeous, Mali!


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