Date: 10/11/18 10:32 am
From: Thompson, David M. (HSC) <David-Thompson...>
Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] Re: American Bald Eagles in Nov.
I was westbound on I-40 Last Friday as a lone mature Bald Eagle flew over the highway where it crosses the Canadian River near Hinton.
From: okbirds [<OKBIRDS...>] on behalf of Rebecca John [<becajohn_50...>]
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2018 12:25 PM
To: <OKBIRDS...>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: American Bald Eagles in Nov.

There were two mature bald eagles circling at Hwy 20 and Hwy75 this morning north of Tulsa.

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> On Oct 11, 2018, at 11:37 AM, "<jrwinner...>" <jrwinner...> wrote:
> From: J.Winner - Muskogee, Ok
> During the Winter I help Judy Bryant/ Sutton Center monitor and check the nests of the American Bald Eagles.The area I cover is driving 2 large circles in the Muskogee, Ok. area. My current nest count, active for last year (2017) is (22) The arrival of nesting Bald Eagles in my area starts with a pair- near the Ft.Gibson Dam- East of Muskogee. For some unknown reason this pair is the first to arrive, over the last 3 years showing up the first of Nov. I will start looking for them soon. In regards to your friends visit, unless we have very cold weather to push them into the region- the majority of nesting birds set up in late- Nov.-to-Mid Dec. I will post first sightings when they arrive.
> There is a chance to see Bald Eagles at various locations- in early Nov.
> Flying and sitting in trees- prior to building and nesting. Good luck in OKC area.
> The actual location and access to a nest is what makes viewing possible.
> If viewing a nested pair on eggs- patience is required and sometimes rewarded. Good luck on your search. I also like Sequoyah NWR.
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