Date: 4/5/17 2:17 pm
From: Dave Tucker <dhtucker...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] Moody marsh
Have had the good fortune to be working in a home situated right on the
marsh in Moody, between Ogunquit and Wells. There are several large salt
pannes in close proximity to the house, providing sufficient distraction to
a carpenter like me. Have seen over the last week rb mergs, common mergs,
goldeneyes, gw teal, black ducks, mallards, 3 species of gulls, am wigeons,
buffleheads, dc cormorant, Canada geese, as well as resident mocker, song
sparrows, and transient phoebes, killdeer, and at least 3 harrier sightings,
all female types. Blue herons, crows, fish crows, red tails, tits, robins,
blackbirds. List keeps growing!



Dave Tucker, Kittery Pt.

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