Date: 9/8/17 3:01 pm
From: Western Great Lakes Hummingbird Project <wi.hummingbirds...>
Subject: [wisb] Anhinga on Lake Michigan not far north of WI
Anhinga seen on Lake Michigan just north of Escanaba, MI. Wisconsin birders may want to be on alert should the bird venture south along the lakeshore or perhaps east into Door Co.
Cynthia Bridge
Madison, Dane Co

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> From: Gary Palmer <palmerjg...>
> Date: September 8, 2017 at 4:27:24 PM CDT
> To: UP Birders <birdnet...>, MICH-LISTERS <Mich-listers...>
> Subject: Anhinga, large Broad-winged Hawk migration
>
> Skye Haas and I are currently near the northwest corner of the Stonington Peninsula (just NE of the Hunter's Point boat launch) and a short time ago had an ANHINGA soar overhead! It circled around the BWHA kettles for only about a minute before streaming away to the east -- could be worth keeping an eye on the shoreline for anyone over that way able to get out.
>
> We continue to have a gigantic movement of Broad-wingeds streaming westward overhead, currently just shy of 2,000 over the last couple hours and more coming, with occasional kettles rivaling the biggest I've seen at Whitefish.
>
>
> Gary Palmer

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