Date: 10/5/17 7:50 pm
From: Jerry Toll <geritol48...>
Subject: [ia-bird] Hitchcock Hawkwatch results for October 4
Greetings all,

Sorry for the late posting we can't always get the report out in a timely
manner. Hitchcock HawkWatch had its most numerous day so far.

The raptors starting flying early and they just kept coming. Of note, a
surprising number of late-ish Broadwings, Redtails showed up in numbers and
had the first Red-shouldered Hawk of the season.

Turkey Vulture-206


Bald Eagle-6

Northern Harrier-13

Sharp-shinned Hawk-46

Cooper's Hawk-11

Red-shouldered Hawk-1

Broad-winged Hawk-359

Red-tailed Hawk-118

American Kestrel-1


Peregrine Falcon-2

Unk accipiter-1

Unk buteo-8

Unk falcon-1

Unk raptor-1

Total 783

10 hours of coverage

Jerry Toll

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