Date: 3/25/20 1:17 pm From: Eric Mullholand <emullholand...> Subject: [Ohio-birds] Killdeer Plains and Wyandot County
Had a great day in Wyandot County after the fog lifted. I hit many hot
spots in the county as I made a lap around the county and back home. Nearly
60 species without much work. The ponds at Killdeer were full and the birds
at the reservoir were cooperative.
Horned grebes in many phases at the Upper Reservoir.
Great blue heron
Common loon (Upper)
Don't bring your coronavirus here either. We don't have any reported or
confirmed cases yet (knock on wood). We do have a tent and testing facility
at Wyandot Memorial though. I didn't have contact with a single person all
day (It was nice). Stay healthy everyone!
Carey, Ohio (Wyandot County NWO)
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