Just walked the dogs around the block before work, and I saw at least a
dozen thrushes hopping around the neighbors' yards. It's cold and damp
out there, but it looks like a good day to see some hungry, grounded
On 2018-05-12 02:38, <mkenne...> wrote:
> When I left work tonight after 9, it was 48 degrees, with mist and an east wind at 10-12 mph, and a surprising number of thrushes and associated nocturnal migrants were calling overhead. Not sure if these birds have been here and are trying to leave, or have left from somewhere and are second-guessing their decision, but it doesn't seem like a good night to try moving long distance.
> Matthew Kenne
> Algona, Iowa
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