Date: 1/7/18 3:17 pm From: Bob <rflores_2...> Subject: Re: [inland-NW-birders] Canada Geese on the move
I help with goose count on Ridgefield NWR, Clark C, WA. We noticed it appears spring migration has started early. Doing these counts for years we know when spring migration begins by the higher frequency of all the subspecies of white-cheeked geese. So now it is time to look for rarer birds moving as well.
Bob Flores Ridgefield, WA
> On Jan 7, 2018, at 12:52, "<mikescott7...>" <mikescott7...> wrote: > > Greetings all > > I birded the Genese area this morning. The geese were still moving with multiple groups the size Terry described and more than 800 in one flock flying high and north. > Seen from Old Highway 95. > > > Cheers > > Mike Scott > ---- Terry Gray <clgtlg...> wrote: >> HI Birders, >> >> While Kirsten Dahl and I were running the Moscow South Raptor run this >> morning we observed Many flocks from 20 to 80 flying quite high from south >> to north east and then a few as we neared Moscow east flying north. Well >> over 2000 individuals. >> >> Good Birding. >> >> Terry Gray >> 890 Stefany Ln >> Moscow ID 83843 >> 208-596-5212 >> http://www.flickr.com/photos/terryandchristine/ >> >> >> >> --- >> This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. >> http://www.avg.com >> >> _______________________________________________ >> Inland-nw-birders mailing list >> send email to: <Inland-nw-birders...> >> manage subscription: https://lists.uidaho.edu/mailman/listinfo/inland-nw-birders > _______________________________________________ > Inland-nw-birders mailing list > send email to: <Inland-nw-birders...> > manage subscription: https://lists.uidaho.edu/mailman/listinfo/inland-nw-birders _______________________________________________ Inland-nw-birders mailing list send email to: <Inland-nw-birders...> manage subscription: https://lists.uidaho.edu/mailman/listinfo/inland-nw-birders