Date: 4/20/19 6:22 am From: Jen Sanford <jjsanford...> Subject: [obol] Re: Dusky goose friends of the Crook Bean-Goose
Oops, must have misread the emails (pre-coffee reading always bad idea) as I read the current bird was with red-banded Duskies.
On Sat, Apr 20, 2019 at 6:14 AM larspernorgren <larspernorgren...> wrote:
> The Crook Bean Goose is presumably with Western Canadas(mofitti). Chuck > Gates lives in Crook County and kindly posted a photo of a flock of > Duskies(occidentalis) at Finley. In my very limited experience when l > reported the alphanumeric code of one of the neck bands l got an email > response within days. Perhaps Jen has a spam filter that bounced the USF&WS > mail. Or the responses are species specific. I reported Tundra Swan and > Cackling Goose. I presume there's still an element of human intervention > and staffing will always be an issue. > > > > Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone > > -------- Original message -------- > From: Jen Sanford <jjsanford...> > Date: 4/20/19 5:47 AM (GMT-08:00) > To: OBOL <obol...> > Subject: [obol] Re: Dusky goose friends of the Crook Bean-Goose > > Hi all, > > Just curious if anyone has any of the band codes from the Dusky Canada > Geese that are currently with the Crook Co. Bean-goose? I know I submitted > at least 5 Dusky codes from birds near the Finley goose, as I'm sure others > did as well. It sounds like it's probably a different bean-goose, but it > would be interesting to see if any of the codes match. > > Good birding, > > Jen Sanford > Vancouver, WA >