Date: 2/3/18 12:41 pm From: Clayton Koonce <cg.koonce...> Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Swan P95 in Columbia is at the Broken Land Pond now. (Rusty blackbird update)
On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 3:39:13 PM UTC-5, Clayton Koonce wrote:
> Although that location was given in error for a previous report of this trumpeter swan when she was at Lake Elkhorn, I can confirm that she is on the Broken Land Parkway-U.S. 29 Stormwater Pond this afternoon. Just spotted her there at 2:25pm while driving by; returned with camera. Photos are in eBird report linked below. (Not happy with parking on the shoulder of 29 -- I went up to the Stevens Forest Road dead end, which is not ideal for viewing the pond but feasible.)
> https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S42462500 >
> Re the rusty blackbird flock around Symphony Woods nearby: The rusties continue, and people are finding them in the park or around the periphery. I reported them yesterday and saw them out there this afternoon, too.
> Clayton Koonce
> Columbia, Md.
> member, Howard County Bird Club
P.S. A trumpeter spent the summer of 2016 (last seen in Sept. 2016) on the Broken Land Pond after being seen at the Fulton Pond several times (and once on Elkhorn?).
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