Date: 12/30/18 6:14 am
From: Dan Smith <dan...>
Subject: [texbirds] Re: Crested Caracara returns to Denton Co - a pair!
When I started birding in the late 1970s, Austin was very nearly the northern limit of their range. Things are moving toward the poles, though, as the world warms up.

Dan Smith
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"Merchants have no country. The mere spot they stand on does not constitute so strong an attachment as that from which they draw their gains.” Thomas Jefferson, 1814.

> On Dec 29, 2018, at 9:55 PM, Marilyn Turnage <marilynturnage...> wrote:
> We've been on the lookout for the Crested Caracara that was here last winter to come back, and sure enough, today (12/29/18) we spotted a pair of them by FM 1171 just east of HWY 377. One was sitting in a tree right by the road, and another was flying low and circling, interacting with the one in the tree.
> --- On Wed, 1/10/18, Marilyn Turnage <marilynturnage...> wrote:
>> From: Marilyn Turnage <marilynturnage...>
>> Subject: Crested Caracara in Denton Co
>> To: "Texbirds - Email" <texbirds...>
>> Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 9:30 AM
>> There was a Crested Caracara flying over FM 1171 just west
>> of Hwy 377 on 1/9/18 at around 1:30 in
>> the afternoon. It was heading south. It may
>> be foraging in the area, or it may have been on a
>> beeline.
>> Marilyn
>> Turnage
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