Date: 12/25/19 9:48 am
From: Pat Hayward <pandion2006...>
Subject: Re: [cobirds] Re: Snowy Owl, N Sterling, Logan
We did the same yesterday afternoon. Spotted thousands of snow and
Canada-type geese on the lake, with 5 bald eagles in trees along the edge.
Eagles, one at a time, would occasionall strafe the geese, but no
collateral damage occurred. Numerous rough-legged hawks, one ferruginous,
one prairie falcon and several kestrels seen along the road from FC to
Sterling. As we approached upper campground at N Sterling Reservoir we
disturbed a mature northern harrier sitting on a low fence post from about
20' away. But alas, now snowy owl. Beautiful, but gray day for a ride to NE
Colorado, and to a spot neither Joel nor I had ever been to. It's often not
about the destination, but the journey...
-Pat Hayward
Masonville at 5400'
Larimer County

On Wed, Dec 25, 2019 at 9:12 AM Joe Kipper <joe.kipper28...> wrote:

> Birder's,
> I also spent several hours in Logan county yesterday afternoon searching
> for the SNOW within the State Park and along several roads in the
> surrounding vicinity without finding the bird. Hopefully someone will
> rediscover the owl wherever it is at.
> Merry Christmas,
> Joe Kipper, Fort Collins
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Pat Hayward
Masonville CO
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