Date: 4/30/20 10:39 am
From: Sue <2birdvt...>
Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] April 30, 2020: Thetford Center
In Florida a pair of black vultures were creating baby ones!
Sue Wetmore

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> On Apr 30, 2020, at 12:25 PM, Susan Fogleman <sfogleman...> wrote:
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> Oh, no, Sandy! You aren’t the only one! Snail Kite and Red-cockaded Woodpecker are pretty darned good ones for certain, BUT my best so far is California Condor! I even have video of that event. (aviporn?) 😀
>
> Susan Fogleman
> Campton NH
>
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> Susan Fogleman
> <sfogleman...>
>
> "the fate of all conservationists [who] fall in love with the earth [is] to die broken hearted.”
> Nigel Collar
>
>> On Apr 30, 2020, at 12:15 PM, Sandy Turner <tmsprgrn...> wrote:
>>
>> I thought I was the only one who has a list of "bird sex". The 2 I'm
>> happiest to report are Snail Kite and Red-cockaded Woodpecker, though
>> Ruby-throated Hummingbird is happy too.
>> Sandy Turner
>> Lyman, NH
>>
>>> On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 9:30 AM Ted Levin <tedlevin1966...> wrote:
>>>
>>> 5:12 a.m. 43 degrees. Thickly overcast, wind out of the SSE. Rain imminent.
>>> Owl calling from the ledges, high on the valley's western shoulder, well
>>> away from the fen and the frogs. Called all night out of another wetland,
>>> west beyond my sight line, voice barely a whisper. Out there, in that
>>> sprawling lowland, two valleys merge into a mosaic of marshes and fens,
>>> which attracts wood frogs whose eggs, like pond scum, collect on the
>>> surface and drift in the breeze until stopped by reeds. One pair of barred
 
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