Date: 12/31/18 12:36 pm
From: Ryan Gallagher <goodgallagher...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Sauvie Island yesterday, late report. Odd goose at Wapato
We were out at Wapato yesterday too. Tons of Pintails on the ponds. Found a couple pairs of red-breasted sap suckers, great egret, GBH, downy woodpecker, Anna’s hummingbird, red-tail hawk...

A great day out on Sauvie’s!



> On Dec 31, 2018, at 12:15, Steve Jaggers <sjjag...> wrote:
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> Nine members of the East Portland Birding Club visited the island on a hunt day(less desirable but worked out)... highlights below.
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> Coon Point showed 14 or more Bald Eagles, 8 or more presumed Tundra Swans at distance on the lake. Three confirmed by call Trumpeter Swans flew over. Many Sandhill Cranes now on the island.
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> The East Side viewing platform was a surprisingly good spot in spite of the active hunting. With patience we found 3 pair of Redhead, a pair of Canvasback and random Wood ducks, P-B grebes and hundreds of Coots.
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> Rentenauur Road gave us a Red Shouldered Hawk, many cranes, two Vesper Sparrows.
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> We had a report of a Golden Eagle there but were unable to confirm it.
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> Wapato Greenway pond was loaded with waterfowl of many types and oddly a Canada x something goose with the Baranacle like head markings and orange legs. This was similar to the Fernhill Wetlands bird of a few months ago and another sighting at Fern Ridge if I recall.
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> Steve Jaggers
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