Date: 7/1/18 11:16 am From: Charles Gates <cgates326...> Subject: Re: [COBOL] Ochoco Mtns: Buffleheads at historic nesting site (Crook), Spotted Towhee and Orange-crowned Warbler at Aspen Springs (Wheeler)
There are at least two broods of Bufflehead chicks present now on the Redmond Sewer Ponds.
> At Peterson Creek Reservoir on the NE edge of Big Summit Prairie, Martha > spotted two ducks which turned out to be female (or immature?) > BUFFLEHEADS. This was interesting because in May of 2001 I watched the > female of a pair fly into a cavity in an old dead snag at this same > spot. At the time, this was one of the strongest indications of > Buffleheads nesting in Oregon, outside of the Cascades. That snag is no > longer standing but perhaps Buffleheads are still using this site. > > > > Good birding, > Joel >
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