Date: 1/12/18 10:25 am From: Polly Strahan <pollystrahan...> Subject: [KlamathBasinBirdNews] Re: Klamath Basin North Raptor Route for January
Correction to this posting: We saw a Red-shouldered Hawk at Miller Island. We actually did not find any Rough-legged Hawks in our territory during this survey.
On Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 12:22:15 PM UTC-8, Polly Strahan wrote: > > Fran McDermott, Ardie Mc Dermott, and myself completed this route > Saturday, January 6th. The route roughly encompasses the Running Y to the > west, Hill Road at Mt. Stukel to the east, Cross Road to the south, and > Highway 140 to the north. Our most notable sighting was a Rough-legged Hawk > at Miller Island Wildlife Reserve. Our count also included: 86 Red-tailed > Hawks, 7 American Kestrels, 6 North American Harriers, 7 Bald Eagles, 1 > Golden Eagle, and 5 Ferruginous Hawks. > > Polly Strahan >
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