Date: 3/20/17 6:27 am
From: Michael Nierzejewski <bronko...>
Subject: [Ohio-birds] Golden eagle near ashtabula county
The Sam Wharram Nature Club field tripped to the Pymatuning reservoir sunday the 19th. Although there was a lot of ice present, we still had good numbers of ducks. The best sighting occurred when we crossed the state line to the Hartstown ponds in Pa. A juvenile golden eagle gave us an up close flyby, driving a hundred or so tundra swans into the air. After circling us a few times, the eagle perched in the trees beyond the water. It flew into another tree a couple hundred yards away and was witnessed by about 10 birders. The eagle looked to be third year as it was missing the white wrist patches. A complete species list follows.

Horned grebe
C. Loon
Tundra swan
N. Shoveler
Am. Widgeon
Hooded merganser
GW teal
Ring neck
GB Heron
Wilsons snipe
RL Hawk
Bald eagle
N. Harrier
RT Hawk
Sandhill crane


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