Only birded the main pond. Nicest birds were a few WHITE-THROATED SWIFTS back and forth over the pond the whole 45 minutes that I was there. Also, an adult male Northern Harrier came out of the junipers from the south and flew over the pond. I don't recall seeing a Harrier there too often. Also, single Buffleheads, females, flew out from the junipers to the south and landed at the edge of the pond. I wonder if there are still broods to come from some cavities in that area?
I did not see the Redhead tonight but most of the ducks had their heads tucked.
Peeps, 6 Leasts, 9 Westerns and a lot of Killdeer and a few Spotties were around the edges. No other notable birds. Judy, <jmeredit...> _______________________________________________ COBOL mailing list <COBOL...> https://lists.oregonstate.edu/mailman/listinfo/cobol
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