Date: 11/29/18 7:58 am From: Sharon Kay <sharonkay.mt...> Subject: [cobirds] Re: Long-Eared Owls/Wellington
Eric, My initial reading of the post by Joe gave me the impression he was telling her to walk among the trees to flush them. I reread it and I can see why you read it differently. I went on a bird trip a couple of years ago and the leader indeed had us walk among trees to flush the owls. This was at Barr Lake. I had never heard of such a thing and could not believe people do it. I agree, keep owl talk private and please don't flush them.
On Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 6:20:45 PM UTC-7, <joe.ki......> wrote: > > Natalie, > I think that your best bet would be to walk along that row of juniper > trees that runs along the south side of CR60, just west of the parking area. > If you walk through those trees you might flush them. > Good luck! > > On Saturday, November 24, 2018 at 10:54:09 AM UTC-7, Natalie P. wrote: >> >> Good morning! >> >> Does anyone have any pointers for finding the Long-Eared Owls in the >> Schware Unit? >> >> Thank you! >> Natalie >> >