Date: 5/12/18 10:28 pm
From: Nancy Merrick <merrick...>
Subject: Re: [COBOL] COBOL Digest, Vol 741, Issue 8


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> 1. Up-River (Kevin Smith)
> 2. Vauxs swifts (Mary Ann Kruse)
> 3. Hatfield Lake, Friday Evening (Tom Crabtree)
> 4. RBA Great-tailed Grackle (Tom Crabtree)
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> Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 15:14:54 -0700
> From: Kevin Smith <kevinsmithnaturephotos...>
> To: COBOL <cobol...>
> Subject: [COBOL] Up-River
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> Interesting observation on Dipper poop.? While photographing a nest near
> the Old Mill one of the chicks extruded a poop sac like a normal chick
> of the species and an adult (assume Mom ;-)) came to take it away, but
> the nest opening is on a slope so the sac rolled out of the opening and
> down the slope right in front of the adult. The adult tried to catch it
> but it splashed into the water before she could get to it.? It turned
> out that many of the sacs rolled into the water before they could be
> caught.? But, the adults were determined and retrieved them and took
> them away to a 'secret spot' behind a rock so I was unable to see what
> they did with the sacs.? Next trip I will get into a different sitting
> spot.? Also at the spot were a pair of Wilson's Warblers, a few Robins,
> an Anna's Hummingbird male and a Black-headed Grosbeak.
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> Kevin Smith
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> Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 20:39:07 -0700
> From: Mary Ann Kruse <junehog9...>
> To: Cobol <cobol...>
> Subject: [COBOL] Vauxs swifts
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> 32 swifts are roosting tonight in the Boys+Girls Club chimney.
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> M.A.Kruse
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> Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 21:44:24 -0700
> From: "Tom Crabtree" <tc...>
> To: "'COBOL'" <COBOL...>
> Subject: [COBOL] Hatfield Lake, Friday Evening
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> I headed out to Hatfield Lake this afternoon after work. At the time it was 56 degrees, cloudy with about a 10-15 mph wind out of the NE. (A bizarre direction, we rarely get winds out of the NE). It was a "Swallow Day" with close to 2000 birds of 4 species (no Rough-wings or Violet-greens -- again, bizarre as yesterday afternoon along the Deschutes I saw over 100 Violet-greens and no Trees). Shorebirds were present, but not abundant. There were good numbers of Spotteds and Wilson's Phalaropes with a few Leasts thrown in. Here's the complete list:
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> Canada Goose (moffitti/maxima) 40
> Tundra Swan 2 Continuing birds. Have been here over a month.
> Cinnamon Teal 10
> Northern Shoveler 18
> Gadwall 6
> Mallard (Northern) 20
> Northern Pintail 2
> Lesser Scaup 2
> Bufflehead 10
> Ruddy Duck 16
> Turkey Vulture 2
> Red-tailed Hawk (calurus/alascensis) 2
> American Coot (Red-shielded) 40
> Killdeer 12
> Least Sandpiper 10
> Western Sandpiper 2
> Long-billed Dowitcher 3
> Wilson's Phalarope 11
> Spotted Sandpiper 12
> American Kestrel 1
> Ash-throated Flycatcher 1
> Black-billed Magpie 4
> Tree Swallow 1000
> Bank Swallow 500
> Barn Swallow 60
> Cliff Swallow 40
> Savannah Sparrow 3
> Yellow-headed Blackbird 20
> Western Meadowlark 9
> Red-winged Blackbird 35
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> View this checklist online at https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S45574982
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> Tom Crabtree, Bend
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> Date: Sat, 12 May 2018 09:00:31 -0700
> From: "Tom Crabtree" <tc...>
> To: "'COBOL'" <COBOL...>
> Subject: [COBOL] RBA Great-tailed Grackle
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> Craig Miller just called with the report of a Great-tailed Grackle at the
> first pond at Hatfield Lake. It is on the south side in the section of the
> pond nearest the road.
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> Tom Crabtree, Bend
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