Date: 3/18/17 3:37 pm From: Brad Price <bprice...> Subject: Re: [LABIRD-L] A couple of spring observations
Everything seems to be early so far this spring. Could we see an earlier migration than normal?
From: Jay Huner <jvh0660...> To: <LABIRD-L...>, Date: 03/18/2017 10:19 AM Subject: Re: [LABIRD-L] A couple of spring observations Sent by: Bulletin Board for Dissemination of Information on Louisiana Birds <LABIRD-L...>
I don't find Wood Ducks with ducklings to be unusual in appropriate habitat in March in SW Louisiana.
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> On Mar 18, 2017, at 9:51 AM, Bob Thomas <rathomas...> wrote: > > They were calling along the Coquille trail yesterday (3-17). > >> On Sat, Mar 18, 2017 at 7:33 AM, Henry, Donata R <droome...> wrote: >> >> Although the northern parulas were singing in Abita on March 16th I didn't >> hear any in New Orleans yesterday. We did find a pair of wood ducks in City >> Park with at least six ducklings that looked to be well over a week >> old...which means they got started in early February at the latest. An >> interesting 'spring'! >> >> Donata >> > > > > -- > *Robert A. Thomas, Ph.D., Professor & Director* > Loyola Distinguished Scholar Chair in Environmental Communication > Center for Environmental Communication > School of Mass Communication > & > Environmental Program Faculty > Loyola University Box 199 > New Orleans, LA 70118 USA > Office: 327 Communications/Music Complex > Voice 504-865-2107 > Cell 504-909-6568 > Fax 504-865-3799 > @DrBobNatureNote > www.loyno.edu/lucec