Date: 11/8/17 7:33 pm
From: Lee via va-bird <va-bird...>
Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Tundra Swans today 08 Nov
I got a small flight of 10-20 overhead in Fairfax Station. Birds were flying firmly south-east (roughly 150 degrees). Unfortunately it was very overcast, so I was unable to get a firm count.

-Lee

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> On Nov 8, 2017, at 9:05 PM, Stephen Johnson via va-bird <va-bird...> wrote:
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> During a fine bird walk today in Fauquier County today, we saw 2 groups of Tundra Swans both flying generally southward. The first was a line of 16. Later in the morning we were treated to a calling chevron of 180 birds, quite high up and really cool to see.
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> Todd Day said this is just about when he normally expects to see them coming through. So keep an eye (and an ear) on the sky!!
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> Other notables included a nice male Hooded Merg and a solitary Rusty Blackbird.
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> Thanks to Todd and Sue Garvin for a really nice walk today.
>
> Steve Johnson
> Fairfax, Virginia
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