Date: 9/4/19 9:25 am
From: Aaron Holschbach <aholschbach...>
Subject: [wisb] Re: A note on yesterday's BB Whistling Duck in Dane Co.
The BB Whistling Duck is present right now, north end of the same pond it
was seen previously...on KP and Breunig.
Aaron Holschbach
Waunakee

On Wed, Sep 4, 2019 at 9:27 AM Peter Fissel <pfissel...> wrote:

> Before anyone goes rushing off to find the Black-bellied Whistling Duck,
> that sighting was from 2:00 Tuesday afternoon. Jim called me at work
> around 3:30, since he had been trying to relocate it without success after
> it (and the 200 Mallards it was associating with) took flight and winged
> off to the south. He checked a bunch of other flooded fields and ponds in
> the area (including Indian Lake), but couldn't find it again. (I suggested
> he check Shoveler's Sink, where he found another one several years ago.) I
> obviously couldn't post it for him, since Wisbirdn was offline.
>
> Anyway, keep your eyes open if you're scoping waterfowl anywhere west of
> Madison.
>
> Peter Fissel
> Madison, Dane Co.
>
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