Observation start time: 08:30:00 Observation end time: 11:30:00 Total observation time: 3 hours
Official Counter: Jeremy Keller
Visitors: Curtis and Dalton Rhiner
Weather: It was another hot day with partly cloudy skies with temperature ranging from the low 70s to the mid 80s. As the morning progressed the clouds disappeared and the temperature rose steadily. Hazy conditions but relatively good visibility.
Raptor Observations: A black vulture was seen at 9:01. The first broad-winged hawk came about around 9:32 and was below eye level. Then, as usual. they got higher and higher and were flying overhead by 10:30. Hourly Count: 8:30-9:00: None 9:00-10:00: 9 BWH 10:00-11:00: 32 BWH and 1 immature bald eagle. 11:00-11:30: 20 BWH
Non-raptor Observations: None except the lone black vulture and 2 monarch butterflies
Predictions: Weather about the same. Chance of a thunderstorm. Based on this report, there may still be some broad-winged hawks moving through. If anyone visits the site, contact Ron Harrington with your findings (<roneharrin...>) ======================================================================== Report submitted by Ronald Eugene Harrington (<roneharrin...>)