Date: 12/29/17 6:34 am
From: Patti Reum via va-bird <va-bird...>
Subject: Re: [Va-bird] va-bird Digest, Vol 128, Issue 28
There is a definite pecking order for feeding on carcasses. Goldens are at
the top, followed by Balds. Then the hawks and vultures. Even a little
kestrel will feed in desperate, cold times.
On Dec 29, 2017 8:56 AM, <va-bird-request...> wrote:

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> 2. Is This Unusual? (<morann...>)
> 3. Re: Is This Unusual? (Marlene A Condon)
> 4. Re: Is This Unusual? (<nanjyoung...>)
> 5. Re: Is This Unusual? (Phillip Arsenault)
> 6. Re: Is This Unusual? (<david.boltz4...>)
> 7. Re: Hermit Thrush (P 3)
> 8. Re: Is This Unusual? (Leslie Sturges)
> 9. Rough-legged Hawk & more (Augusta/Staunton today) (Gabriel Mapel)
> 10. Western Tanager, City Point, Hopewell - 12-28-17 (akb)
> 11. Re: Is This Unusual? (<nanjyoung...>)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 09:39:20 -0500
> From: "Otis Sowell, Jr." <otissowell...>
> To: <va-bird...>
> Subject: [Va-bird] Hermit Thrush
> Message-ID: <C35B38FA-2A93-4D7F-A796-1CC25C41995C...>
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> Hello to all!
>
> A beautiful Hermit Thrush visited my yard yesterday afternoon. It was the
> second opportunity i have had to get a few acceptable photos of it.
>
> Photos can be seen here: http://www.otissowellphotography.com/
> Wild-Birds-Ducks-and-Geese/i-twNGSRB/A
>
> Otis Sowell, Jr.
>
> Fluvanna County, Virginia.
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 10:15:04 -0500
> From: <morann...>
> To: <va-bird...>
> Subject: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> Message-ID: <1609db0e53b-c0d-6a4...>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
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> I saw something I'd never seen before as i was driving last Saturday from
> Virginia to Annapolis for Christmas. Not far on the other side of
> Fredericksburg, on Route 3, I passed a dead deer on the side of the road. A
> vulture (couldn't see his head) and an eagle were at opposite ends of it,
> eating. I was surprised to see an eagle eating road kill. I turned around
> and went back. As I was driving back I saw a vulture in the air and sure
> enough, when I got back to the place where the dead deer was, only the
> eagle was still there. I stopped just short of this and the eagle stopped
> eating and was just watching me watch him. In a couple of minutes he
> obviously got unnerved and flew away, but only about 6 feet or so, he just
> flew and landed a short distance and continued watching me. I left soon
> thereafter so as not to further disturb him. I've seen eagles eating fish
> in Oregon but I'd never seen an eagle eating road kill. Is this normal?
>
> Ann Donaldson
> Barboursville
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 10:31:11 -0500
> From: Marlene A Condon <marlenecondon...>
> To: <morann...>, <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> Message-ID: <1609dbfa7e0-1716-322fa...>
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>
> Hi Ann,
>
> Yes, it is normal. Even some species of small birds eat roadkill,
> especially when it's so terribly cold.
>
> Happy New Year!
>
> Sincerely,
> Marlene
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: morann--- via va-bird <va-bird...>
> To: va-bird <va-bird...>
> Sent: Thu, Dec 28, 2017 10:15 am
> Subject: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
>
>
> I saw something I'd never seen before as i was driving last Saturday from
> Virginia to Annapolis for Christmas. Not far on the other side of
> Fredericksburg, on Route 3, I passed a dead deer on the side of the road. A
> vulture (couldn't see his head) and an eagle were at opposite ends of it,
> eating. I was surprised to see an eagle eating road kill. I turned around
> and went back. As I was driving back I saw a vulture in the air and sure
> enough, when I got back to the place where the dead deer was, only the
> eagle was still there. I stopped just short of this and the eagle stopped
> eating and was just watching me watch him. In a couple of minutes he
> obviously got unnerved and flew away, but only about 6 feet or so, he just
> flew and landed a short distance and continued watching me. I left soon
> thereafter so as not to further disturb him. I've seen eagles eating fish
> in Oregon but I'd never seen an eagle eating road kill. Is this normal?
>
> Ann Donaldson
> Barboursville
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> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 11:24:55 -0500
> From: <nanjyoung...>
> To: "Marlene A Condon" <marlenecondon...>, <morann...>,
> <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
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>
> Some years ago (25 or more) I saw Golden Eagles feasting on a carcass in a
> field in Ohio across the road from my aunt's farmhouse. I called my aunt to
> come see and she said "Oh they're just vultures." But we went closer to get
> a better look and she agreed they were eagles. We were so surprised. But
> the
> birds were huge and brown colored and they were not vultures.
>
> Nancy Young
> Botetourt County
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marlene A Condon via va-bird
> Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 10:31 AM
> To: <morann...> ; <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
>
> Hi Ann,
>
> Yes, it is normal. Even some species of small birds eat roadkill,
> especially when it's so terribly cold.
>
> Happy New Year!
>
> Sincerely,
> Marlene
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: morann--- via va-bird <va-bird...>
> To: va-bird <va-bird...>
> Sent: Thu, Dec 28, 2017 10:15 am
> Subject: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
>
>
> I saw something I'd never seen before as i was driving last Saturday from
> Virginia to Annapolis for Christmas. Not far on the other side of
> Fredericksburg, on Route 3, I passed a dead deer on the side of the road. A
> vulture (couldn't see his head) and an eagle were at opposite ends of it,
> eating. I was surprised to see an eagle eating road kill. I turned around
> and went back. As I was driving back I saw a vulture in the air and sure
> enough, when I got back to the place where the dead deer was, only the
> eagle
> was still there. I stopped just short of this and the eagle stopped eating
> and was just watching me watch him. In a couple of minutes he obviously got
> unnerved and flew away, but only about 6 feet or so, he just flew and
> landed
> a short distance and continued watching me. I left soon thereafter so as
> not
> to further disturb him. I've seen eagles eating fish in Oregon but I'd
> never
> seen an eagle eating road kill. Is this normal?
>
> Ann Donaldson
> Barboursville
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> Message: 5
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 11:37:30 -0500
> From: Phillip Arsenault <pandbarsenault...>
> To: <nanjyoung...>
> Cc: <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> Message-ID: <6357E0A5-701D-4F2A-A6B6-244B652F9DD0...>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>
> Yes they do feed on carcasses and that is how they get lead poisoning if
> the eat a deer that has been shot and consume the lead.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> > On Dec 28, 2017, at 11:24 AM, Nancy Young via va-bird <
> <va-bird...> wrote:
> >
> > Some years ago (25 or more) I saw Golden Eagles feasting on a carcass in
> a field in Ohio across the road from my aunt's farmhouse. I called my aunt
> to come see and she said "Oh they're just vultures." But we went closer to
> get a better look and she agreed they were eagles. We were so surprised.
> But the birds were huge and brown colored and they were not vultures.
> >
> > Nancy Young
> > Botetourt County
> >
> > -----Original Message----- From: Marlene A Condon via va-bird
> > Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 10:31 AM
> > To: <morann...> ; <va-bird...>
> > Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> >
> > Hi Ann,
> >
> > Yes, it is normal. Even some species of small birds eat roadkill,
> especially when it's so terribly cold.
> >
> > Happy New Year!
> >
> > Sincerely,
> > Marlene
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: morann--- via va-bird <va-bird...>
> > To: va-bird <va-bird...>
> > Sent: Thu, Dec 28, 2017 10:15 am
> > Subject: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> >
> >
> > I saw something I'd never seen before as i was driving last Saturday
> from Virginia to Annapolis for Christmas. Not far on the other side of
> Fredericksburg, on Route 3, I passed a dead deer on the side of the road. A
> vulture (couldn't see his head) and an eagle were at opposite ends of it,
> eating. I was surprised to see an eagle eating road kill. I turned around
> and went back. As I was driving back I saw a vulture in the air and sure
> enough, when I got back to the place where the dead deer was, only the
> eagle was still there. I stopped just short of this and the eagle stopped
> eating and was just watching me watch him. In a couple of minutes he
> obviously got unnerved and flew away, but only about 6 feet or so, he just
> flew and landed a short distance and continued watching me. I left soon
> thereafter so as not to further disturb him. I've seen eagles eating fish
> in Oregon but I'd never seen an eagle eating road kill. Is this normal?
> >
> > Ann Donaldson
> > Barboursville
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> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 12:01:42 -0500
> From: <david.boltz4...>
> To: Phillip Arsenault <pandbarsenault...>
> Cc: <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> Message-ID: <61A16C9B-AC06-4277-A9C1-CA4E0B2A4676...>
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>
> Ben Franklin wanted the Wild Turkey to be the national bird because the
> ?Bald Eagle eats carrion?.
>
> Dave Boltz
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Dec 28, 2017, at 11:37 AM, Phillip Arsenault via va-bird <
> <va-bird...> wrote:
>
> Yes they do feed on carcasses and that is how they get lead poisoning if
> the eat a deer that has been shot and consume the lead.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> > On Dec 28, 2017, at 11:24 AM, Nancy Young via va-bird <
> <va-bird...> wrote:
> >
> > Some years ago (25 or more) I saw Golden Eagles feasting on a carcass in
> a field in Ohio across the road from my aunt's farmhouse. I called my aunt
> to come see and she said "Oh they're just vultures." But we went closer to
> get a better look and she agreed they were eagles. We were so surprised.
> But the birds were huge and brown colored and they were not vultures.
> >
> > Nancy Young
> > Botetourt County
> >
> > -----Original Message----- From: Marlene A Condon via va-bird
> > Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 10:31 AM
> > To: <morann...> ; <va-bird...>
> > Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> >
> > Hi Ann,
> >
> > Yes, it is normal. Even some species of small birds eat roadkill,
> especially when it's so terribly cold.
> >
> > Happy New Year!
> >
> > Sincerely,
> > Marlene
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: morann--- via va-bird <va-bird...>
> > To: va-bird <va-bird...>
> > Sent: Thu, Dec 28, 2017 10:15 am
> > Subject: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> >
> >
> > I saw something I'd never seen before as i was driving last Saturday
> from Virginia to Annapolis for Christmas. Not far on the other side of
> Fredericksburg, on Route 3, I passed a dead deer on the side of the road. A
> vulture (couldn't see his head) and an eagle were at opposite ends of it,
> eating. I was surprised to see an eagle eating road kill. I turned around
> and went back. As I was driving back I saw a vulture in the air and sure
> enough, when I got back to the place where the dead deer was, only the
> eagle was still there. I stopped just short of this and the eagle stopped
> eating and was just watching me watch him. In a couple of minutes he
> obviously got unnerved and flew away, but only about 6 feet or so, he just
> flew and landed a short distance and continued watching me. I left soon
> thereafter so as not to further disturb him. I've seen eagles eating fish
> in Oregon but I'd never seen an eagle eating road kill. Is this normal?
> >
> > Ann Donaldson
> > Barboursville
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>
> Message: 7
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 18:26:20 +0000
> From: P 3 <runningquick444...>
> To: "Otis Sowell, Jr. via va-bird" <va-bird...>, "Otis
> Sowell, Jr." <otissowell...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Hermit Thrush
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> Love those!
> ________________________________
> From: va-bird <va-bird-bounces+runningquick444=<hotmail.com...>
> on behalf of Otis Sowell, Jr. via va-bird <va-bird...>
> Sent: December 28, 2017 9:39 AM
> To: <va-bird...>
> Subject: [Va-bird] Hermit Thrush
>
> Hello to all!
>
> A beautiful Hermit Thrush visited my yard yesterday afternoon. It was the
> second opportunity i have had to get a few acceptable photos of it.
>
> Photos can be seen here: http://www.otissowellphotography.com/
> Wild-Birds-Ducks-and-Geese/i-twNGSRB/A
>
> Otis Sowell, Jr.
>
> Fluvanna County, Virginia.
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> Message: 8
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 13:33:51 -0500
> From: Leslie Sturges <toobysturges...>
> To: <morann...>
> Cc: <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
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> Eagles are notorious scavengers and most raptors won't turn down an easy
> meal. I watched a red shoulder gorge on a roadkill deer for days. In fact
> one of the reasons eagles and hawks are so often found with lead toxicity
> is because of their tendency to feed on gut piles left by hunters. It only
> takes a single lead pellet to kill an eagle.
>
> I saw a red bellied woodpecker feeding on a road killed squirrel last
> week--winter drives a lot of animals to seek fat and protein to get through
> the tough times.
>
> Leslie
>
> On Dec 28, 2017 10:15 AM, "morann--- via va-bird" <va-bird...>
> wrote:
>
> I saw something I'd never seen before as i was driving last Saturday from
> Virginia to Annapolis for Christmas. Not far on the other side of
> Fredericksburg, on Route 3, I passed a dead deer on the side of the road. A
> vulture (couldn't see his head) and an eagle were at opposite ends of it,
> eating. I was surprised to see an eagle eating road kill. I turned around
> and went back. As I was driving back I saw a vulture in the air and sure
> enough, when I got back to the place where the dead deer was, only the
> eagle was still there. I stopped just short of this and the eagle stopped
> eating and was just watching me watch him. In a couple of minutes he
> obviously got unnerved and flew away, but only about 6 feet or so, he just
> flew and landed a short distance and continued watching me. I left soon
> thereafter so as not to further disturb him. I've seen eagles eating fish
> in Oregon but I'd never seen an eagle eating road kill. Is this normal?
>
> Ann Donaldson
> Barboursville
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>
> Message: 9
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 23:33:00 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Gabriel Mapel <birdmangabriel...>
> To: Shenvalbirds <shenvalbirds...>, Reports--- via
> Va-bird <va-bird...>
> Subject: [Va-bird] Rough-legged Hawk & more (Augusta/Staunton today)
> Message-ID: <1764730236.6236170.1514503980356...>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>
> Hi all, Vic Laubach and I had a good day of birding around Augusta County
> and Staunton today finding 62 species.? Our highlight bird was a
> light-morph Rough-legged Hawk at Bell's Lane at around 4:15pm.? It was seen
> flying in aerial combat with a Bald Eagle over the hill with the red barn
> on it if looking NW from the top of the hill (Short-eared Owl observation
> site.? There were 9 Short-eared Owls again tonight).? We then saw it again
> about 20 minutes later, viewing from the entrance to the Days Inn.? It was
> flying north and crossed Hwy 262 and perched in a tree briefly NW of the
> Bell's Lane/262 intersection.? It's anyone's guess how long it will stay
> around but it's definitely worth keeping an eye on this area.
> For anyone interested, here's a detailed account of our day birding around
> Augusta County:
> We started in Swoope just after sunrise.? Highlights in Swoope included: 1
> N. Pintail (female with Mallard flock along Hewitt Rd), 5 Wild Turkeys, 4
> GB Herons, 2 Harriers, pair of adult Bald Eagles, 4 Red-tailed Hawks, 2
> Wilson's Snipe, 1 Hairy Woodpecker, 1 E. Phoebe, 10 Ravens, and 400 Horned
> Larks.? We then went down to Willow Lake in Rockbridge County where a small
> patch of open water held surprisingly few waterfowl (60 Canada Geese, 1
> Hooded Merganser, 2 Ring-billed Gulls).?
> Along Guthrie Road our highlight was a Merlin.? The Fishersville Quarry
> had open water and some waterfowl: 7 Gadwall, 15 Mallard, 3 Black Ducks, 3
> GW Teal, 1 Redhead, 1 Bufflehead, 1 Ruddy Duck, 4 Coots, as well as a large
> flock of 450+ Canada Geese containing 1 Cackling Goose and an odd domestic
> Goose that looked surprisingly Greater White-fronted like at first sight.?
> However, at a closer look, it was definitely a domestic bird (larger and
> chunkier than Canadas).?
> Along Chapel Hill Ln in the Weyers Cave Area we had 90 Pipits and a
> Savannah Sparrow.? Westview School Rd near Mount Sidney had 300 Horned
> Larks and 2 more Northern Harriers (including some misc. sightings while
> driving around the county we had a total of 6 Harriers today).?
> Good Birding,Gabriel MapelNew Hope
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 10
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 18:35:59 -0500
> From: akb <arun1bose...>
> To: "<va-bird...>" <va-bird...>, Richmond
> Audubon Society mailing list <va-richmond-general...>
> Subject: [Va-bird] Western Tanager, City Point, Hopewell - 12-28-17
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>
> Hello Birders,
> City Point in Hopewell was quite birdy today despite the 24?F temperature.
> The highlight was a female Western Tanager. Also seen were continuing
> Yellow-throated Warbler, Common Yellowthroat (both no shows on the CBC),
> Baltimore Orioles and Orange-crowned Warblers.
>
>
> Checklist
> http://ebird.org/ebird/va/view/checklist/S41376299
>
> Arun Bose
> Richmond
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 11
> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 19:16:39 -0500
> From: <nanjyoung...>
> To: "Leslie Sturges" <toobysturges...>
> Cc: <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
> Message-ID: <B25BC2E7CE414D73A042D7050BE14176@NancyPC>
> Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1";
> reply-type=original
>
> My biggest surprise was seeing them on farm land in the middle of Ohio!
>
> Nancy Young
> Botetourt Co.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Leslie Sturges via va-bird
> Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 1:33 PM
> To: <morann...>
> Cc: <va-bird...>
> Subject: Re: [Va-bird] Is This Unusual?
>
> Eagles are notorious scavengers and most raptors won't turn down an easy
> meal. I watched a red shoulder gorge on a roadkill deer for days. In fact
> one of the reasons eagles and hawks are so often found with lead toxicity
> is because of their tendency to feed on gut piles left by hunters. It only
> takes a single lead pellet to kill an eagle.
>
> I saw a red bellied woodpecker feeding on a road killed squirrel last
> week--winter drives a lot of animals to seek fat and protein to get through
> the tough times.
>
> Leslie
>
> On Dec 28, 2017 10:15 AM, "morann--- via va-bird" <va-bird...>
> wrote:
>
> I saw something I'd never seen before as i was driving last Saturday from
> Virginia to Annapolis for Christmas. Not far on the other side of
> Fredericksburg, on Route 3, I passed a dead deer on the side of the road. A
> vulture (couldn't see his head) and an eagle were at opposite ends of it,
> eating. I was surprised to see an eagle eating road kill. I turned around
> and went back. As I was driving back I saw a vulture in the air and sure
> enough, when I got back to the place where the dead deer was, only the
> eagle was still there. I stopped just short of this and the eagle stopped
> eating and was just watching me watch him. In a couple of minutes he
> obviously got unnerved and flew away, but only about 6 feet or so, he just
> flew and landed a short distance and continued watching me. I left soon
> thereafter so as not to further disturb him. I've seen eagles eating fish
> in Oregon but I'd never seen an eagle eating road kill. Is this normal?
>
> Ann Donaldson
> Barboursville
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