Just a follow-up. I saw a lone Sandhill Crane flying low over I-20 near Lithonia about an hour ago. I had to pull off and check my Peterson's Guide, as I'm not sure I've seen a solo flyover before. But it definitely was one. Heading north, and low (I'd say no higher than a hundred feet). It wasn't calling.
Drew Whitelegg DeKalb Co.
On Sat, Mar 10, 2018 at 1:44 PM, James F. Flynn Jr. < <jim.flynn...> wrote:
> Hi folks, kind of a cool sighting for the mountains, there are currently 3 > Sandhill Cranes feeding in the wetlands on the back side of Woody Lake, > located along GA 60 just south of Suches, Union Co. Wish Dot Freeman was > here to see them! > > Take care, > > Jim Flynn > Forsyth Co., GA > You must be a subscriber to post to GABO-L. > Instructions for subscribing (and the guidelines) are found here: > http://www.gos.org/georgia-birders-online Please read the guidelines > before posting. > > Send regular postings to <gabo-l...> > > To search GABO-L archives or manage your subscription, go to > https://listserv.uga.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A0=GABO-L > > To contact a listowner, send message to <GABO-L-request...> >